conservation news

SNH has approved the culling of ravens to conserve wading birds
Scottish Natural Heritage is allowing the killing of 69 ravens a year to protect nesting waders.
The harlequin frog population of Costa Rica was devastated by chytridiomycosis
Central America's amphibians are evolving resistance to a devastating fungal infection.
A frog is the food of choice for this banded mongoose
Research reveals how banded mongoose cope with competition.
A turtle hatchling is released, not all hatchlings are so lucky
Some conservation projects are keeping hatchlings in poor conditions to attract tourists.
A female seal trapped by boulders has returned to the wild.
Female beaver
New research reveals the impact of beavers on their local environment.
Hydrotherapy helps a hedgehog to recover.
Brown rat
The overseas territory has been officially declared rodent-free.
A pair of ospreys at Rutland Water has generated another UK record.
Three years after a fire destroyed heathland and killed wildlife, 21 young sand lizards have been introduced to a Surrey nature reserve.
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