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25 August 2016
Mae gwyddau talcenwyn yr Ynys Las mewn perygl ac o dan fygythiad difrifol o ddiflannu'n llwyr o'r byd 'ma. Mae'r boblogaeth fyd-eang yn is na 20,000 o adar ac mae'r nifer sy'n gaeafu yma yng Nghymru yn argyfyngus o isel.
Greenland white-fronted geese are endangered and under serious threat of extinction – the global population is now below 20,000 birds and the wintering population in Wales is at critically low levels. In the late 1990s, over 160 birds returned to their regular wintering site on the Dyfi estuary.
The RSPB will now take on an important new role in the management of Budby South Forest from 1 August.
24 August 2016
Operation Turtle Dove is urging farmers to apply for Countryside Stewardship agreements to help the UK’s fastest declining bird
RSPB nature reserve in Cambridgeshire doubles in size following recent handover of land from gravel extraction site
22 August 2016
For the second year running, two pairs of cranes have successfully raised three crane chicks between them at Lakenheath Fen.
During August Bank Holiday weekend, visitors to RSPB Bempton Cliffs will be given a chance to ‘hook-a-puffin’, in a twist on the traditional fairground game, at the nature reserve’s summer fete.
18 August 2016
RSPB Scotland has announced that a young hen harrier has gone missing on a grouse moor in the Monadhliath Mountains.
17 August 2016
Swift numbers have almost halved in twenty years and new nesting boxes are needed to help numbers recover as they return to the UK to breed every summer
Douglas Ross MSP briefed on RSPB Scotland’s 200-year vision for expansion of Caledonian pine forest
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