A hen harrier in a field
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Would changing the law protect Britain's birds of prey?

Conservationists say there is only one breeding pair of Hen Harriers left in England and claim numbers have dwindled over the last decade partly because of illegal killing.

Some experts believe a change in the law, which has already happened in Scotland could see a revival in their numbers.

Danny Savage reports.

  • 25 Feb 2013