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The pair we are tracking is somewhat old and bedraggled, so it is unlikely that breeding will occur. On this basis BSC and DEFRA have agreed that a cull will probably not be required.
I can still be found rummaging around in exactly the same habitat.
The earlier comment on Monxton black holes is under-emphasised.
Two early ticks for acclimatising Nearctics are Black Swan and Hawk for which I have acted as guide on many occasions.
I'll follow the web site for news.
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Should you ever manage to get north of Oxford and want to bird East or South Yorkshire give me a shout.
And who knows, perhaps sooty tern and masked booby if all goes to plan!
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