Thankfully, many of the rarest British birds have recently shown to have increased in numbers by between 50% and 70% due to some Europe-wide conservation measures. Such measures have included outlawing egg poaching, trapping and hunting and well as safeguarding certain habitats - known as SPAs (Special Protection Areas).
Mel Kinder recently spent a week in Norfolk, where she witnessed how this area has benefited from EU funding to help certain breeds return.
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Wednesday, August 15, 2007
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"Our guide was outstanding. He was very knowledgeable in Wildlife and the local areas - everything we wanted to see he showed us and he was a very careful and competent driver. It is thanks to him that our holiday was so perfect."