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Hen Harrier day sheffield

The speakers at the rally
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Hen Harrier Foodpass #2

With a long lens I was fortunate enough to witness this foodpass, high in the Antrim Hills. You can see...
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Hen Harrier Foodpass #1

With a long lens I was fortunate enough to witness this foodpass, high in the Antrim Hills. The food...
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Male Hen Harrier

How lucky can you get. I was sitting in one of my garden hides watching nesting Tree Sparrows at one...
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Hen Harrier Foodpass #3

With a long lens I was fortunate enough to witness this foodpass, high in the Antrim Hills. She now has...
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Female Hen Harrier

Monitoring a nest I got this lovely shot of this gorgeous female Hen Harrier just after a food pass,...
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Sunshine and Skydancers at The Alnwick Garden

Crowds gather to watch the Skydancing Circus Show as part of the Hen Harrier Carnival at The Alnwick...
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Hen Harrier Foodpass #4

With a long lens I was fortunate enough to witness this foodpass, high in the Antrim Hills. As he flies...
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Marvellous Moors

Experiencing the amazing moorland landscape firsthand with West Woodburn First School and Newsham Primary...
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Incoming!

A male hen harrier takes a dive at the camera - photo by Amy Challis, Bowland 2008
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On the wing

Great shot of a female hen harrier in flight over the upland landscape. Note the characteristic white...
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Wintering hen harrier on the wing

While some birds have very clear winter migration patterns (eg ospreys go to West Africa), hen harriers...
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