My name is Amy and I am a third-year student at Nottingham Trent University. I am studying for my BSc Wildlife Conservation degree, and I have created this questionnaire to determine public perceptions of birds of prey in Northern Ireland compared to England. The data received will be analysed...
Raptors are plentiful here yet the pigeons roost, in plain view, on the highline electric wires.
Is it such that raptors have a difficult time attacking them while on wires?
Will the hawk crash?
Curious what you all think of this.:confused:
This situation has me wondering:
I winter in an RV park in south TX.
We used to have 100 pigeons visit the park.
In the last 5 years that has dwindled down to less then 10.
Hawks been getting them. We see them, find feathers etc.
There are also many wild doves. Morning and white wing.