January 2008 – vol. 101, issue 1, pp 2–25 ABSTRACT There has been increasing interest in recent years in reintroducing birds lost from Britain (or parts of it) as a result of human activities. In many respects, reintroduction is an extension of other `hands-on' approaches to conserving birds, including creation and management of suitable habitats, protection of nests and the provision of food or artificial nest-sites. Carefully considered ... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.