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Massive rise in illegal bird killings
Laws to protect birds are being "routinely flouted", the RSPB has said, after figures showed a massive rise in the number illegally killed.
There were four times as many bird killings in Wales last year compared to in 2017, the conservation charity said.
Investigations officer, Jenny Shelton, said birds were usually killed because they posed a threat to game stocks.
Naturalist Iolo Williams said: "This is a Victorian practice going on in the 21st Century here in Wales."
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