Reintroduced Great Bustards Breed Again

Great Bustard. (photo. John Burnside)

Great Bustard. (photo. John Burnside)

We are excited to announce that the UK’s reintroduced Great Bustards have successfully produced chicks for the second year in a row. Prof Tamas Szekely and PhD researcher, John Burnside, from the Biodiversity Lab have been working in collaboration with the Great Bustard Group (GBG) to help monitor the Great Bustards released in the UK.

Read about it on the University of Bath’s news page, or you can follow the project from any of the sites listed below:

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