Giving nature a home


Wildlife crime is an important matter of concern as Amey press on with felling operations in this hit and run fashion. If you believe that they or their contractors have not exercised due diligence with regard to avoiding disturbance to nesting birds, or indeed you have reason to believe they are destroying an active nest site, please try to document as much as possible , including photos or video. Call 101 and ask for an incident reference number. You can then use the form I am linking to here to report the matter to the RSPB legal team

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