CUTLINE: (1) Thomas Ricardi of the Massachusetts Bird of Prey
Rehabilitation Facility shows off a bald eagle to Joan Goodwin, senior center director.
Henry is not a danger to the public but, for the bird's safety, Warwick Castle's experts are advising people not to approach the bird of prey
or try to capture him.
Buzzards, which can have a wing-span of four feet, are Britain's most common bird of prey
and are increasingly seen in towns.
Feathered friends: Sophie Kempson, aged six, with an owl and (below) Mike Wakeman from the Welsh Bird of Prey
Centre with Troy Billington, aged 11
It is disappointing Mr Pooler chooses to incorrectly suggest the report somehow 'exaggerates' the problem, rather than using the opportunity to condemn those who break the law, particularly as the NGO signed the RSPB's bird of prey
campaign pledge asking for more to be done to tackle illegal killing.
The injured bird was cared for overnight by a local bird of prey
keeper, who slept next to the kite's cage to look after it
She was brought up by buzzards after her mum, Sable, was artificially inseminated in a unique operation at the National Bird of Prey
Centre in Gloucestershire.
At the launch of Cumberworth First School's new hall, children enjoyed handling birds of prey from the Wise Owl Bird of Prey
Several studies have concluded that persecution on intensively managed upland grouse moors is the key issue affecting some bird of prey
Only two pairs of the bird of prey
tried to nest in England this year - and failed.
A BIRMINGHAM man who illegally sold an endangered bird of prey
has been sent to the City's Crown Court for sentence.