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Britain's birds of prey are back from the brink of extinction - and live on webcam
by Stephen Moss
The Guardian Translate This Article
12 June 2022
On 12 June 2022 The Guardian reported:
Ospreys, kites, and falcons may once again become part of our everyday lives, and live streams from nests can help protect them. What began during the spring 2020 lockdown as a welcome substitute for seeing birds in real life has since turned into a national obsession -- with almost 30 live webcams on peregrine nests alone.
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... And what a perfect time to watch these raptors, because Britain's birds of prey -- many once persecuted to the brink of extinction -- are this year enjoying a golden summer. Last week came the welcome news of the first osprey chick to hatch on the south coast of England for more than two centuries, in Poole Harbour, Dorset. Given that this raptor was once so rare that the nest at the RSPB's Loch Garten reserve in Scotland was under 24-hour guard, this is truly astonishing.
Ospreys returned to breed in the UK the 1950s after a gap of almost 40 years. Today there are close to 250 breeding pairs, in Wales and England as well as their Scottish stronghold.
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