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Britain's population of wild cranes on the up with 64 breeding pair
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16 February 2021
On 16 February 2021 The Guardian reported:
Cranes, which became extinct in the UK 400 years ago, have continued their recent comeback with a new high of 64 pairs recorded in a survey. The common crane, which stands about 120cm (4ft) tall, vanished from Britain in the 1600s as a result of hunting and a decline in their wetland habitat. But the natural return of a few birds to Norfolk in 1979, and conservation work, including restoring peatland, protecting wetlands, and a reintroduction programme, has helped the species stage a comeback, wildlife experts said.
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