Henry enters a National Park

Mon 15 June Copy

Henry enters the Cairngorms National Park – more raptors on the logo than in the park?



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3 Replies to “Henry enters a National Park”

  1. I know in recent years there has been no Hen Harriers breeding in this massive national park even though the habitat is perfect! May be like England a figure should be published to indicate how many pairs of Hen Harriers should be nesting in this park. Areas like Balmoral [the Queen!] and Marr Lodge [Scottish National Trust] don't seem to care!

    1. John - it's difficult to assign blame in that way given that Hen Harriers move around a lot. But your general point is well made - national parks are not special enough for nature.

    2. I agree that there are areas of the National Park which are blackspots. However, it's not accurate to say there are no breeding Hen Harriers in the park. There have been in previous years and there are this year.


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