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Award for stone-curlew protection project on Downton Abbey estate


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Partnership between landowners and the RSPB bears fruit
The popular TV series Downton Abbey and the stone-curlew, one of the UK’s rarest and most unusual birds, might not seem to have anything in common at first glance.
However, the RSPB Wessex Stone-curlew Project Team has been working with the landowner at Highclere Castle in Hampshire where the series is filmed, as part of a wildlife project going back 30 years to revive the fortunes of the stone-curlew, an endangered wader.
Read more: http://www.rspb.org.uk/news/368046-award-for-stonecurlew-protection-project-on-downton-abbey-estate-?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=News
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