Author: Prasad

Comment on Hen Harriers in Birdcrime Report 2018

I am having a hard time with your figures. The RSPB press release said that crime incidents in Scotland had doubled in 2018 but the map in the appendix and the interactive hub both have the figure 12 for both years? Now in this blog you write that the 2017 incidents were 68 in 2017 but the interactive hub has 78. I am sure there is an explanation for all this but please could you be more clear in your press releases. I am just getting more and more confused. I wrote to my MSP quoting that doubling claim and had to retract it when i couldn’t back it up with facts. It doesn’t look good.

Comment on Thor is no more: First hatched hen harrier in Bowland for three years disappears in suspicious circumstances

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Comment on Thor is no more: First hatched hen harrier in Bowland for three years disappears in suspicious circumstances

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Comment on Thor is no more: First hatched hen harrier in Bowland for three years disappears in suspicious circumstances

hello, please, why aren’t any comments showing? I have made a map using the RSPB type Sky and Hope 1 mile radius map to show the 3 Natural England and 3 RSPB ‘missing’ Hen Harriers. There is something rotten in Roeburndale. i.imgur.com/PZwd14k.jpg

Comment on Thor is no more: First hatched hen harrier in Bowland for three years disappears in suspicious circumstances

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Comment on Thor is no more: First hatched hen harrier in Bowland for three years disappears in suspicious circumstances

My message to the police last month and now another one in same area!!!! According to information released by Natural England (NE) recently: www.gov.uk/…/hen-harrier-annual-tracking-update On 18th August 2010 Hen Harrier id94591 ‘s satellite tag sto…

Comment on Three more hen harriers disappear suddenly

I have an update on my comments. NE has replied and say ‘In all cases, in England and the IoM, when one of Natural England’s satellite tagged Hen Harriers stops transmitting the Police are notified straight away and a thorough search of the area is ma…

Comment on Three more hen harriers disappear suddenly

Thanks RSPB for swift appeal for information. In contrast According to information released by Natural England (NE) recently: www.gov.uk/…/hen-harrier-annual-tracking-update On 18th August 2010 Hen Harrier id94591 ‘s satellite tag stopped working. 3…

Comment on Sky and Hope: A plea for information

What happened to my comment? I posted over a week ago and can’t see anything. I get the RSS Bowland feed and it tells me there has been a comment by other comments but the comments are blank. The last one i can see was from the post ‘Six ways you can …

Comment on Sky and Hope: A plea for information

Recent NE satellite gagging data reveals that: id94591 last transmission at SD596621 on 18/08/2010 is 1km from the last known transmission of Hope and then 3 days later id58870 last transmission at SD673604 on 21/08/2010 is 2km from the last known tra…

Comment on Our response to Natural England’s publication of raw data of tagged hen harriers

Two of those Hen Harriers ‘disappeared’ within 1 mile of the location of where Sky and Hope ‘disappeared’. Sky and Hope ‘disappeared’ within 3 days of each other and so did 58870 & 94591. Why hasn’t their been a police investigation and why have NE no…

Comment on Sky and Hope: A plea for information

The recently released but long withheld info on the Natural England satellite tagged Hen Harriers 2007-2017 shows two Hen Harriers (94591 & 58870) both with their last known location only 3km away from the centre of the overlap of Hope and Sky in the …

Comment on The fortunes of England’s hen harriers in 2018

Please could you add Bob Eliott’s blog ww2.rspb.org.uk/…/peregrine_2d00_persecution_2d00_filmed_2d00_bowland.aspx into this archive so it is automatically posted on the RSS feed for   www.bowlandwildlife.org.uk

Comment on Leaving the Hen Harrier Action Plan: a personal perspective

Keith Cowieson, Chief Exec of Songbird Survival wrote ‘how has the situation changed in the intervening 49 days between the Conservation Director’s statement of 6th June’ Well for starters. raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/horrifically-injured-buzzard-found-on-grouse-moor-in-north-yorkshire raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/sga-statement-re-illegal-traps-found-on-invercauld-estate raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/hen-harriers-surviving-on-grouse-moors-not-a-chance-in-hell raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/goshawks-still-under-threat-in-peak-district-national-park raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/police-investigate-suspicious-death-of-tenth-red-kite-in-north-yorkshire raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/hen-harriers-surviving-on-grouse-moors-not-a-chance-in-hell raptorpersecutionscotland.wordpress.com/…/how-many-hen-harriers-breeding-in-england-this-year Will that do?

Comment on Another missing hen harrier

Good and thanks for the clarification. I thought he meant the coalition groups of the Hen Harrier Actionless Planless-plan. On the ground the RSPB is fantastic at wildlife crime reporting and in the European Courts fighting the government on muirburn …

Comment on Another missing hen harrier

Blánaid you quote James Bray as saying ‘a rapidly growing coalition of groups and individuals are fighting to change the way that the uplands are being managed and to stop the persecution of birds of prey.’ Please could you tell me more about these wonderful groups?

Comment on Another missing hen harrier

Please could James Bray explain who he means by ‘a rapidly growing coalition of groups and individuals .. fighting to change the way that the uplands are being managed and to stop the persecution of birds of prey’ I would like to know more about these…