bird of prey


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Synonyms for bird of prey

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CUTLINE: (1) Thomas Ricardi of the Massachusetts Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Facility shows off a bald eagle to Joan Goodwin, senior center director.
Poisoning a protected bird of prey is a criminal offence which can bring heavy fines.
RSPB conservation director Martin Harper said: "The latest news is a huge set-back and only a victory for those who is want to see this bird of prey disappear from England's skies.
Feathered friends: Sophie Kempson, aged six, with an owl and (below) Mike Wakeman from the Welsh Bird of Prey Centre with Troy Billington, aged 11
It is disappointing Mr Pooler chooses to incorrectly suggest the report somehow 'exaggerates' the problem, rather than using the opportunity to condemn those who break the law, particularly as the NGO signed the RSPB's bird of prey campaign pledge asking for more to be done to tackle illegal killing.
Bird of prey persecutions reported in 2006, included the unexplained disappearance of buzzards, hen harriers and goshawks, the theft of eggs, and destruction of nests.
If we can tell people what to do if they come across an injured bird of prey our job has been worthwhile.
AN injured bird of prey that was rescued from the side of a busy road has flown again after six months of expert care.
In addition to proving many new stealth concepts, the Bird of Prey program demonstrated innovative rapid prototyping techniques.
The orphan bird of prey chick has been winning her wings at Whipsnade Zoo where she was sent five months ago to learn how to fly.
In Juan, Wallace can get involved with what comes naturally to a bird of prey.
AYOUNG falconer who helped save a North East bird of prey centre is facing a string of animal cruelty charges.
RSPB conservation director Martin Harper said: "The latest news is a huge set-back and only a victory for those who want a to see this bird of prey disappear from England's skies.
The survey result in Wales was in stark contrast to the fortunes of this spectacular bird of prey across the rest of the UK.