Brilliant news Simon. They seem to have done very well this year. A great shot
Of all creatures, man is the most detestable, he is the only creature that inflicts pain for sport, knowing it to be pain. ~ Mark Twain
In reply to JudiM:
Seems I was right. Is this the end of Rspb websites? No up to date information - particularly sightings, this applies to many Rspb Reserves. Facebook and Twitter are taking over and guess I will have to wade through those to get to the information I want.
In reply to Simon Hurwitz:
sorry to say, I think might have been right all the way along with regard to the RSPB and their site web pages, their answer is, wait for it...... it costs to much time (?) and money (?) and time for the staff to keep up to date.
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