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Red kites thrive in the Chilterns 25 years after scheme

1 August 2014 Last updated at 20:55 BST

An endangered species of bird is thriving 25 years after just five birds were released in the Chilterns.

The Chilterns Conservation Board said the reintroduction of red kites on the Oxfordshire-Buckinghamshire border on 1 August 1989 was one of the UK's most successful conservation projects.

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