And at the end of the Inglorious 12th…

…over 14,000 folk have signed the e-petition to ban driven grouse shooting (making it the 11th most successful Defra-related e-petition ever). This is the summer of the Hen Harrier. Things are changing. You are making that change happen. Thank you. Likes(48)Dislikes(0)

The media war

First things first, no-one much would be talking about Hen Harriers today if it weren’t for Hen Harrier Day and an e-petition to ban driven grouse shooting.  Well done us!  Standing in the rain in Lancashire, Northumberland and Derbyshire (and in the sun in Dorset – yes, I’m envious) is changing the story. Chris Packham…

Hen Harrier Day – the video

To get a true feeling for how wet, but how inspiring, it really was click here. Some people are finding it difficult to make this link work (it works for me!) so please try this www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi-B7ZBOyC4   And to help bring an end to driven grouse shooting click here. Likes(35)Dislikes(2)

A Peak Day

When I wrote in my blog of 1 January that I would help to organise a peaceful protest against Hen Harrier persecution in August it was a little like jumping off a cliff – with my eyes shut!  It was my way of committing myself to do something even though I didn’t know how, where…

A new website on Hen Harriers

Have a look at this brand new website – it brings together many of the activities that are going on at the moment. In time, you will be able to follow, in real time, the fate of satellite-tagged Hen Harriers and help keep an eye on them. It’s an interesting take on the three pairs…