The arrowhead shape of birds’ tracks are easily identifiable from mammal prints, but it can be difficult to work out exactly which species of bird they belong to. What bird do you think left this print?
Want to learn more about nature and wildlife? Find out about our 'Nature talk and tea' series. The next date is Wed 2 May, Andrew Bluett of Gloucestershire Raptor Monitoring Group will be talking about these amazing birds.
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