Wednesday, 21 July 2010
Red kite returns to Ulster
This is the result of a very carefully managed programme involving environmentalists, public and private bodies, and farmers. All of them deserve our thanks for their efforts.
The red kite survived longer in Scotland but became extinct in 1886. It was reintroduced in 1989-1992 and now there are more than 130 pairs.
Posted by Nelson McCausland MLA at 15:29