Conserving Welsh Rare Breeding Birds and Raptors

June 17, 2011 at 12:42 pm Leave a comment

peregrine falcon by zinneke, on Flickr

peregrine falcon by zinneke, on Flickr

Established in 1991, the Wales Raptor Study Group has been monitoring populations and studying our birds of prey.

In 2010, the Group became part of the Welsh Ornithological Society and expanded its remit to cover other rare breeding species, forming the Welsh Rare Breeding Bird and Raptor Study Group.

You can now find out what role the Group plays, how it works and how you can help conserve these birds.

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