St Annes Peregrines, a success story following the shooting of the breeding female.

On the 21st February we reported the death of an adult female Peregrine, one of an established breeding pair, recovered from the tower at St Thomas church in St Annes on the 17th February where breeding has taken place for several season. You can read the full harrowing account of the falcons death and recovery […]

Heather burning into the breeding season licensed by Natural England, damaging protected wildlife.

Many of you will remember that this spring we had such dry weather resulting in a serious lack of rain from March through to April. Well it looks like many bird species, including ground nesting raptors, took advantage of these dry conditions and started nesting early. Birds species that had nests at this time […]