bird of prey

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Synonyms for bird of prey

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If you find a wild bird of prey which you suspect has been illegally killed, contact police on 101 or the RSPB immediately.
Ricardi is the director of the Massachusetts Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Facility.
Poisoning a protected bird of prey is a criminal offence which can bring heavy fines.
The bird of prey has a six-foot wingspan and is brown in colour.
Last year the RSPB received 16 reports of bird of prey incidents in Northumberland, 11 in County Durham and two in Tyne and Wear.
The bird of prey, thought to be protecting its nest, has been blamed for at least four "divebombing" incidents in a month.
CHILDREN at Ysgol Trelogan enjoyed a visit from Mike Wakeman of the Welsh Bird of Prey Centre in Pembrokeshire.
Given the huge increase in bird of prey numbers in recent years, it is a phoney sort of war in my book with the RSPB Birdcrime report painting a very confusing picture.
The RSPB said nests belonging to the protected bird of prey had been targeted in two quarries in the last two weeks.
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.
AN injured bird of prey that was rescued from the side of a busy road has flown again after six months of expert care.
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.
Earlier in the day children enjoyed a visit from some very special guests, owls and birds of prey from the Scissett based Wise Owl Bird of Prey Rescue Centre, run by Wayne and Katrina Auty.