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Exciting updates of Nepal’s tagged and released white-rumped vultures
9 hours ago
Blog post by Toby Galligan , Senior Conservation Scientist, RSPB Centre for Conservation Science SAVE’s major vulture telemetry project in Nepal is well underway. Seventeen free-ranging white-rumped vultures ( Gyps bengalensis ) fitted with satellite...
Operation Owl: Fighting raptor crime in North Yorkshire
13 hours ago
Operation Owl assembles in Helmsley, North Yorkshire RSPB staff took arms against the ongoing problem of raptor persecution in North Yorkshire last weekend as our Investigations team joined North Yorkshire Police on a mission known as ‘Operation...
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Why you should see hares this spring
2 days ago
A low white sun, and an icy-blue sky. It’s early-morning, and I flipped the calendar to March just yesterday. I’m walking a bridleway that butts up against a field in rural Suffolk. The stubby green crop opens up like a greased centre parting...
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Next steps towards the Greater Gola Landscape
4 days ago
While staying in the Kongba region in north-west Liberia to see our Golama project (which I described in my previous blog ), we could walk into the forest to watch fabulous West African birds including the endemic Gola Malimbe (pictured). But, while...
The use of spruce: a crossbill’s perspective
5 days ago
Blog post by Dr Ron Summers , Principal Conservation Scientist, RSPB Centre for Conservation Science . Within northern Europe, common crossbills depend on Norway spruce seeds for food. The Norway spruce cone crop varies enormously between years and...
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The Benefits to Wider Biodiversity of Cirl Bunting Land Management
25 Aug 2014 5:22 PM
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A winter's snack
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Deep in the heather
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