Norfolk Constabulary has issued an appeal for information following the suspected theft of two Marsh harrier eggs in Norfolk:
WILDLIFE APPEAL WALSINGHAM
Police are appealing for information following the theft of bird eggs from a nest near Wells-next-the-Sea.
It is believed that two Marsh Harrier eggs were removed from a nest on farm land in the Walsingham area last Saturday (1 June).
Anyone who may have been in the area at the time and seen anything suspicious should contact PC Jason Pegden at Wells police station on 101, or alternatively, contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
[Marsh harrier by David Tipling]
3 thoughts on “Police appeal for info after suspected theft of Marsh harrier eggs in Norfolk”
Eggers or gamekepers? As bad as each other
What about English Nature…….they may have decided instead of brood managing to go for clutch meddling and one harrier is the same as any other to them.
Most “serious” eggers would never take an incomplete clutch….