Wednesday, 9 April 2014

DAY 100: Red kites update

The birds have now been handed over to a Natural England field officer for post-mortem examination. If poisoning is confirmed, more partnership working will be required to try and identify the source of the poison and any suspects for offences against the Wildlife and Countryside Act and/or Pesticide Regulations.

PC Perry, who is currently leading the investigation, believes that working in partnership with Natural England and other similar organisations is the only way forward in dealing with Wild Life Crime offences.

 Visit the RSPB website for more information about bird crime.

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