Just answer this question:What times of day do the bird of prey
flying display take place?
Ricardi is the director of the Massachusetts Bird of Prey
The Bird of Prey
centre won't fill a family day out.
Poisoning a protected bird of prey
is a criminal offence which can bring heavy fines.
On investigating further he came face-tobeak with a bird of prey
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.
Several studies have concluded that persecution on intensively managed upland grouse moors is the key issue affecting some bird of prey
Given the huge increase in bird of prey
numbers in recent years, it is a phoney sort of war in my book with the RSPB Birdcrime report painting a very confusing picture.
The RSPB said nests belonging to the protected bird of prey
had been targeted in two quarries in the last two weeks.
Bird of prey
persecutions reported in 2006, included the unexplained disappearance of buzzards, hen harriers and goshawks, the theft of eggs, and destruction of nests.
AN injured bird of prey
that was rescued from the side of a busy road has flown again after six months of expert care.