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'At risk' hen harriers under 24-hour surveillance

The number of hen harrier pairs in England has dropped so low, nests in Lancashire are under surveillance 24-hours a day.

There are only three breeding pairs left with two of those in Lancashire's Forest of Bowland.

The RSPB's Jude Lane said the charity was doing "everything that we possibly can" to make sure the birds' nesting was successful.

  • 17 Jun 2014
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