En-us: Northern Harrier Ca: Arpella pàl·lida Da: Blå Kærhøg De: Kornweihe Es: Aguilucho pálido Fi: sinisuohaukka Fr: Busard Saint-Martin It: Albanella reale Nl: Blauwe Kiekendief No: Myrhauk Pt: Tartaranhão-azulado Sv: Blå kärrhök Ru: Полевой лунь
10 reports returned.
Our premium bird information service, Bird News Extra, has full details of all these birds (including exact locations, directions and additional detail). Click here to take a free tour of Bird News Extra, or here for more information.
Hen Harrier breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
Video Guide to British Birds iPod Classic Edition
Worst year for Hen Harrier breeding since recolonisation. read on
An innovative upland bird of prey project has received a significant grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. read on
The future of Hen Harrier as an English-breeding species hangs in the balance, with just seven successful nesting attempts this summer. read on
Study highlights importance of the right grazing levels for wildlife. read on
A report released today highlights the continued persecution of birds of prey, with 384 incidents of shooting, trapping and poisoning reported in 2009. read on
A newly confirmed threat to the beleaguered English Hen Harrier population? read on
Conservationists call for review of the way crimes against wildlife are dealt with in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. read on
Their principal songbird prey may be reduced. read on
Details of the new campaign, and a chance to download the latest report on bird-related crimes across the UK in 2006. read on
Round-the-clock protection to safeguard future of these persecuted birds. read on
Hen Harriers shot on Royal Estate
Norfolk Constabulary seek witnesses. log in
A task force of volunteers has rallied round to help with a 24-hour security operation to watch over a pair of rare birds of prey. read on
English Nature's Hen Harrier Recovery Project has recorded a great success this year with the fantastic news that six young birds have been safely reared in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the first successful breeding of this endangered bird in the Dales for nine years. read on
We currently have no external links for this page. If you know of a relevant site, why not recommend it?
on this page