Guest blog – England’s Forest of Bowland and its lack of raptors by Terry Pickford

Terry ringing peregrine chicks in the Forest of Bowland, Lancashire, N.W.England.

I have been involved with monitoring and protecting raptors, in particular the Peregrine beginning 1967, when the North West Raptor Group was established, then only 7 active territories remained in the North West England. In the 1980s I located the first […]

The Saker Falcon successfully reintroduced in the Western Plain of Romania

One of endangered bird species worldwide, the Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug recorded a significant increase in its national population, and specifically in the Western Plain.

By 2000, there was no nesting pair in the area, and in the whole country only a few breeding pairs were known in the M?cinului mountains. In the last century, […]