Natural England defends protected bird killings

Natural England has defended its approach to issuing one-off licences allowing the killing of protected birds, following criticism in the media

Greylag geese in flight
The worst affected bird species under Natural England's licensing programme for wild birds removal was the greylag goose

Natural England has defended its approach to issuing one-off licences allowing the killing of protected birds, following criticism in the media.

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