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 raptorpersecutio...

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 and habitat destruction on grouse moors but as far as the Hen Harrier Day the RSPB has previously been quite luke-warm and distinctly frozen against the rapidly growing movement to ban driven grouse moors and end raptor crime on the uplands for ever. The RSPB is hardly leading the way for these 'rapidly growing coalition of groups' but belatedly riding on the coat-tails of HH day. The RSPB needs to be leading the way rather than being part of the problem in supporting the legalization of the crime of brood movement and contrary to international guidelines supporting the re-introduction of Hen ...

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 wonderful groups of people and how i can join them. ...