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A light at the end of the burrow? (RSPB)

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A light at the end of the burrow? (RSPB)

"Within a generation, island seabird colonies in south west England could be thriving and free from the threat of rats". That's the view of conservationists this week as they reveal the amazing results of the Seabird Recovery Project on Lundy ten years after the project started, and embark on a similar major new project to eradicate rats that threaten burrow nesting seabirds on St Agnes and Gugh on the Isles of Scilly.

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