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Success in Attempt to Protect Terns

(From eveningnews24.co.uk)- RSPB wardens and volunteers are celebrating the success of their latest painstaking efforts to protect Yarmouth”s most loyal VIP visitors. Since little terns – one of Britain”s rarest seabirds – arrived on North Denes beach in May, wardens have mounted a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week protection operation, running to more than £6,000. Ms Lewis said: “It is a fantastic feeling to see our hard work pay off and so many young terns ready to fly back to Africa. We would like to thank people for their enthusiasm and co-operation in helping us to protect these wonderful birds.”


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