Four rare hen harrier chicks have fledged in the Peak District this year reports National Trust and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.
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A nest with 3 young peregrines in it has been robbed in a remote part of the Peak District National Park on land owned by the Forestry Commission.
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has just announced they have recruited a member of staff dedicated to peregrine protection thanks to funding from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund.
We’re delighted to announce the first egg has hatched and the new Derby Cathedral peregrine pair have their first chick.
We’re delighted to announce that the Derby Cathedral Peregrines have laid two eggs – the earliest eggs yet.
Tuesday 13th October 2020
'Vigo' comes from the French Alps, and is a female bird that hatched last year in a wild nest.
Bird of Prey Initiative’s missed target shows more needs to be done for declining species, say conservation charities
Wildlife Trusts in the Peak District are calling for urgent action to create a wilder National Park rich in wildlife
Europe’s leading authority on Vulture Conservation has written to Derbyshire Wildlife Trust expressing concerns about the Bearded Vulture which is currently in the region and the risks it faces…
Artists support a wild auction for hen harrier day
*Update: We’re sad to report this morning (6th March) that the peregrine falcon has died. This follows surgery to try and remove the second lead pellet from his shoulder.*