The Isle of Sheppey in Kent supports one of the most dense breeding populations of Marsh Harriers in Britain and winter roosts of up to 65 individuals.  A proposal to erect two turbines on Crown Land adjacent to the core breeding area was initially opposed by the RSPB, but after it withdrew its objection the turbines were built and became operational earlier this year.  There has been talk o...

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