Quarries 'bring endangered birds back'

Britain's quarry sites are proving instrumental in encouraing once endangered bird speciesd to breed, with buzzards and kestrels proving a common sight and even marsh harriers making a return in the past 12 months, a new survey has revealed.

Survey shows quarries support birds such as buzzards
Survey shows quarries support birds such as buzzards

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