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    Posted: 03 Jun 2014 at 2:42pm
I'm sure we have raised this as being a possibility in the past, and now one has actually arrived at 'reptile central feeding station'... I hope it doesn't stay for long!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-27656057
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No to mention all the twitchers stomping over the sand lizard egg-laying sites... Dead
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good point!
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WILL :This is a plot by the rspb to introduce every kind of flying scavangers that they think we should have at the expense of other creatures we seem to forget they get lots of FUNDING unlike other native fauna and no doubt they will bring in the bulldozers to clear some killing grounds for them and build more hides on the dwindling heaths and more notice boards with more paths for the twicher brigade assisted by the BBC countryfile or spring watch acting team with fleets of Land rover defenders chugging in and out supplies and transporting the crew backwards and forwards from their sparse transit accomodation in Sandbanks £500 a night hotels paid for out of public licence funds (Blimey I could go on and on and?    Keith

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Keith, it's high time the BBC employed you as a roving Springwatch presenter
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Presenter and critic Will !
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