Fledgling success as hen harrier continues to recover in England

This summer will have highest number of fledged chicks since 2002, according to Moorland AssociationThe endangered hen harrier is continuing its recovery from near extinction in England with this summer set to have the highest number of chicks fledging since 2002.Of 24 successful nests producing at least 77 fledged chicks this summer, 19 were on moors managed for red grouse, according to the Moorland Association. Continue reading… Source – Full Article https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/aug/05/fledgling-success-hen-harrier-continues-recover-england

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