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Great Crane Project: Wetland bird numbers continue to rise in the UK
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18 February 2021
On 18 February 2021 BBC reported:
Cranes became extinct in the UK 400 years ago as a result of hunting and the loss of their wetland habitat. But the combination of a natural return of a few birds to Norfolk in 1979 coupled with conservation work, has helped the species stage a comeback, wildlife experts said. ... The Great Crane Project has been critical in the success of the wetland bird's comeback, and they say the last five years are understood to be the most productive for the species.
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