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Captive breeding Hen Harriers (2 Viewers)


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A new scheme to captive breed Hen Harriers and release them onto Salisbury Plain.

So at one end of the Country we have Hen Harriers slaughtered left, right and centre and at the other end they are being hand reared and cosseted. Not exactly joined up thinking.

I have put this in "Conservation", because I think it is the best fit not because I regard this scheme as actual conservation!

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