KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY

Derbyshire Life - - News -

The Na­tional Trust and Der­byshire Or­nitho­log­i­cal So­ci­ety (DOS) have an­nounced that a ju­ve­nile red kite has been reared in the county at Kedle­ston Hall for the first time since 1863. Once a com­mon sight, kites were nearly ex­tinct by the 1950s but have been suc­cess­fully rein­tro­duced in var­i­ous ar­eas since 1989. The well-man­aged wood pas­ture park­land habi­tat at Kedle­ston is known as a haven for wildlife.

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