Monthly Archives: June 2018

Two red kites poisoned in Northern Ireland – comment

What a tragedy in County Down in Northern Ireland reported in the media just the other day. A female red kite was found dead on a nest, still covering her eggs, while the male of the pair was found unwell … Continue reading

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Theft of golden eagle eggs in Cairngorms

I was saddened to read that a clutch of golden eagle eggs has almost certainly been stolen from a nest in the Kincraig area of the Cairngorms. A lot of great work targeting egg thieves has taken place over the … Continue reading

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The Uists; a fantastic place for wildlife

My wife, dog Molly and I are on the last day of our week on North Uist. The birdlife and scenery are fantastic here, spoiled only by the random dumping of old cars, tractors and other machinery. Of the more … Continue reading

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