Hen harrier ‘brood meddling’ scheme to go ahead

Natural England has given the final go-ahead for a controversial scheme that will remove hen harrier eggs and chicks for rearing in captivity, though critics have said the move simply placates grouse moor owners and wildlife criminals.

by Gareth Simkins

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