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New task force for tackling crimes involving hen harriers

Hen harriers are one of the rarest birds of prey species in the UK and significant resources are invested in their conservation. Satellite tags are fitted to hen harriers for conservation reasons, but these tags have also revealed a concerning amount of illegal killing.  Criminals are intent on targeting this vulnerable species and operate with impunity. There have been no successful prosecutions in recent years despite the efforts of police and partners.  So what do we do? The National Wildlife Crime Unit tells us about their new approaches and how community is at the heart of it. Find out more here

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