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  1. Back out again the other day freezing on the North Wales hills. Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Golden Eagle by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Yep...called back in here. The Raven,Ffordd Rhiw Ial by Robbob 2010, on Flickr For this On the pop by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Ffordd Rhiw Ial by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Ffordd Rhiw Ial by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Ffordd Rhiw Ial by Robbob 2010, on Flickr
  2. The Goshawk is one of the largest and rarely seen birds of prey in the UK and an excellent woodland hunter.It's an extremely fierce predator that can catch birds and mammals of twice its own bodyweight.When their eyes fix on prey there's no getting away..a 'Top Gun' of the woodlands. The Goshawk used to be widespread throughout Great Britain but became extinct in the late 19th century due to deforestation followed by relentless persecution. They were reintroduced from the 1960s onwards, not by any conservation organisation, but by falconers and hawk-keepers who brought birds into the country initially from Poland and Germany. For such a large bird they can be secretive and can remain in an area for some time without being detected. Goshawk by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Goshawk by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Goshawk by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Goshawk by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Goshawk by Robbob 2010, on Flickr added 1 minute later
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