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Another Goshawk nest destroyed in the Derwent Valley


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#1 Game Warden

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 04:45 PM

Reports www.wildlifeextra.com.

The RSPB and Severn Trent Water have today expressed their outrage at the wanton destruction of the nest of one of Britain's most persecuted and rare birds of prey over the last few days. The RSPB is offering a reward of 1000 for information leading to a conviction.

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Posted 08 May 2012 - 09:55 PM

Illegal persecution of raptors in the UK is a huge and growing problem threatening to drive the likes of Goshawks, Hen Harriers etc. into extinction across large parts of their range. Unfortunatly the laws concerning such crimes are not treated with the required seriousness by the judicery in many cases :(





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