Hen Harrier Day, July 2014: Over the last few years there has been a rapid decline in the number of hen harrier in England; on the brink of extinction, today there are just three pairs left. There could be more than 300 pairs.
It is illegal to kill hen harrier or any other bird of prey in the UK.
The hen harrier, a national icon, was once common across the moorlands of northern England. Now, in our homeland it is on the brink of extinction as a breeding bird due to the illegal persecution it suffers on driven grouse moors. They are in desperate need of our help; therefore we would like to introduce you to the Hen Harrier Royal Family... The six most important and special birds in England.
Sign the petition to help save the last 6 adult hen harrier in England today.
For more information and to learn about this issue please visit www.raptorsalive.co.uk