Honey Buzzards in Wales

A Taste for Honey, BBC Wildlife Magazine, July 2000, available here .

Subtitle: One of Britain's least-studied and rarest breeding birds could be breeding in a wood near you. Words: Iolo Williams.


Associated article -- Honey Buzzwords, from same url.

Subtitle: Work on honey buzzard breeding behaviour is now revealing many fascinating insights that can be used to aid its conservation. Words: Iolo Williams.


Also see O'Shea, B, In Search of Birds in Wales, Skylark Books (2000), where a Welsh population of 15 pairs of Honey Buzzards is indicated.

Exciting Viewing Opportunity

See http://www.rspb.org.uk/wales/watching/honeybuzzards.asp for a web cam facility. The 'Honey Buzzards - Raptors of the Forest' project is run jointly between RSPB Cymru, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, Forestry Commission Wales and the Wales Raptor Study Group.

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