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From: Hen Harriers: your essential brief by the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust: Q: Is discussion of a ban on driven grouse shooting simplistic? A: Yes. Firstly, it ignores the wider conservation, employment and economic benefits of moorland managed for grouse; and secondly, it fails to address why there are so few hen harriers on…

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  Here is street artist ATM talking to BAWC‘s Charlie Moores to raise the profile of Hen Harriers and Hen Harrier Day:   Hear about his artwork…   … and this refreshingly different take on things – click here.   Likes(14)Dislikes(1)

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Here is Chris Packham  talking to BAWC‘s Charlie Moores to raise the profile of Hen Harriers and Hen Harrier Day: It’s just brilliant stuff: ‘I intend to go on the day (August 10th) and I hope I’ll be able to speak to people there, and thank them for coming, and motivate them to take more…

Guest Blog – The Hen Harrier Affair by Tim Birch

The Hen Harrier Affair – a personal perspective   Tim Birch is the Conservation Manager of the Derbyshire Widlife Trust.  He has worked in nature conservation for many years, much of it abroad, but grew up in Derbyshire to which he has now returned.   It’s now been almost 18 months since I’ve been back…