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Buzzing about Buzzards – new animation about our Buzzard research!

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During the 1960s and 70s Buzzards were lost from many parts of the UK, mainly due to ongoing persecution, a crash in prey populations and poisonous pesticides. (more…)

Art Competition

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Calling all children to take part in our art competition (and big kids too!). For the chance to WIN a one year family membership to the Trust, we want you to amaze us with your creativity! There’ll also be three runner-up prizes of a family ticket to visit when we’re able to open again.

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What inspires our team?

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The history of the Trust is a fascinating tale, and one that cannot be told without referring to the people who have made us who we are today.

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Poetry Competition

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Thank you to everyone who entered our Poetry Competition. All the entries were fantastic, and there were some brilliant drawings too. Our judge, Education Officer Miriam Nicholls, commented on how very difficult it was to choose a winner as they were all super to read! We’ve shared all entries here so we hope you enjoy reading them too.

We are pleased to announce that the overall winner of the competition is Maddison Andrews, aged 13, who has a won a years’ family membership to the Trust!

We have three runners up who have each won a family ticket. They are Kyla age 9, Finley age 11 and Simon age 33!

Thank you to all other entrants for your wonderful poems. Here are the fantastic entries:

Breeding Palm-nut Vultures

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As many of you will know, at the Trust we really love vultures and we are fortunate to have a variety of species in our team. Some of them you will be more familiar with having seen them star in our flying displays, such as the cheeky team of Hooded Vultures and our impressive pair of African White-backed Vultures.

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