Following the tragic death of the female peregrine falcon (one of a pair) which occurred at St Thomas’s church in St Anne’s recently, the North West Raptor Protection Group received approval from the church to install a CCTV surveillance system over looking the car park below the perch where the dead falcon was recovered on […]
In the above video, Terry Pickford talks about his concern at the failure and abandonment in April 2016 of potentially the Forest of Bowland’s only occupied Peregrine Falcon territory. Terry highlights the possible cause be believes resulted in the desertion of the territory, the only occupied nest he was aware of in the […]
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Terry Pickford holding the shot Peregrine he recovered from Lancashire Church last week.
Terry Pickford talks to That’s Lancashire TV, Freeview, Channel 7 tonight at 6pm where he provides more detail about the recovery of the shot Peregrine Falcon from the church in St Anne’s Lancashire. Terry explains […]
This location many years ago was once my very special jewel in the crown as far as the Forest of Bowland was concerned; well off the beaten track, away from the normal tourist trails, just a perfect isolated habitat to relax , watch and enjoy rare wildlife. In the early 1990’s I saw my first […]
If all our Twitter followers would each donate just £5 in support of this worthy cause the campaign target would easily be met. I urge each and every one of you to please consider what we are trying our best to achieve. Thank You all so much. Terry Pickford, North West Raptor Protection Group.
Sadly incidents of illegal killing of England’s ‘protected’ birds of prey, whether on Red Grouse moors or in the urban environment are increasing despite what our present Prime Minister is telling the public in Parliament. Conveniently Mrs. May has overlooked the fact that the Hen Harrier did not breed last year on any grouse […]
Almost 200 reports of shooting, trapping and destruction of birds of prey were received by the RSPB in 2015, the charity said. Some 64 out of the 196 reports were confirmed, including the shooting or attempted shooting of 46 birds of prey, including 16 buzzards, 11 peregrines, three red kites, one red-footed falcon […]
It was distressing to read about the illegal killing of raptors in East Anglia and the claim made by the RSPB that the North East of England is one of the worst areas for shooting and attacking birds of prey in our country. Well done to the RSPB for exposing these ongoing atrocities. But this […]
RSPB Press Release.
Birds of prey continue to be illegally targeted as another rare bird is found to have been shot.
New RSPB report shows illegal killing of birds of prey is still unacceptably common with 196 reports of shooting and destruction of birds of prey and 50 reports of […]