“This is the first white-tailed eagle to be found that has been killed by a wind turbine in Scotland. For the East Scotland Sea Eagle project, this is one of 27 fatalities that have been recorded since the project began in 2007.”
“A senior member of bird charity RSPB Scotland has called for more careful consideration of wind farm planning after it emerged a wind turbine was officially blamed for killing a rare sea eagle. The Sunday Herald can reveal a ...”
“ Outdoors: Winter wears on birds Madison.com Raptors also use their tail feathers when they are feeding on the ground. During feeding, their tails often become a brace to help the bird feed.”
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“This is the bird of prey you’re most likely to see in your garden - sparrowhawks are adapted for hunting small birds in confined spaces. (Sparrowhawk spotted in Battlebridge Gardens by KX resident Sarah today :)...”
“Daily red kite feeding station all year round for rare Red Kites in Llandeusant at the Red Kite Feeding Centre in the Brecon Beacons, Wales (One of the pics I took at the Red Kite Feeding Station, Wales (http://t.co/6LrRURH4yP)...”
“Reward for animal rescuer Badger Jean Yorkshire Post Even in the quiet winter season, her patients include a barn owl, which got concussed in a road accident, as well as a couple of tawny owls and a sparrow hawk.”
“Camera offers a bird's eye view of osprey life Green Bay Press Gazette On a weekday morning at a baseball diamond in Green Lake, an osprey sitting in a large nest atop a 70-foot set of lights called to another on a perch as people approached from...”
“The inevitable has finally happened; a Scottish windfarm has claimed its first reported eagle victim - a young sea eagle known as 'Red T'. Red T was released in 2011 as part of the East Scotland Se...”
“BBC News Warning off-roaders are 'damaging wildlife' in Wales BBC News They also provide a home to rare birds including the hen harrier, merlin, peregrine falcon, golden plover, red grouse and black grouse.”
“The Cornwall Chronicle 11th June 1842 THE SEA EAGLE (abridged) The process of catching birds on the Cliffs of Moher goes on to a great extent in the summer months. It is often attended with great d...”
“It was a bit windy out there today so a day to enjoy for our birds of prey. We had an early glimpse of the action to come earlier today at 11:50 when for some reason 13 marsh harriers and 1 hen harrier were seen over the reeds ...”
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