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“The graceful crane – the tallest bird in the UK – is making a comeback into Britain’s wetlands thanks to re-introduction and habitat restoration.
It was absent as a breeding bird for 400 years because of wetland drainage and widespread hunting.
Now, an estimated 200 of them are dispersed in Wales, Scotland, the Fens, Suffolk and Gloucestershire.
…Damon Bridge, from UK Crane Working Group, said: “The increase of cranes over the last few years shows just how resilient nature can be when given the chance.””
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