Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Afghan wetland to become protected area for migratory birds: Rare marshland in the war-torn city of Kabul is set to come under the official protection of the UN environment agency.
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WWT: 'Headstarted' wader chicks released in the Fens in British first: Black-tailed Godwits have been released into their new wetland home by conservationists from the RSPB and Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
RSPB: Seabird danger from overfishing in post-Brexit seas: New RSPB research shows that British seabird populations could be adversely affected by the amount of sand-eels caught in the North Sea by industrial fisheries.
News: Translocation project hopes to re-establish Ospreys in Poole Harbour: A new initiative aiming to see Osprey nesting again on the south coast has been given the go-ahead, with the first phase being the return of birds to Dorset.
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