Unless higher numbers of foxes than owls is normal, then I'd agree with you. Trouble is, what is 'normal' in the UK any more? After all, we killed all the wolves and bears and look where that got us.
Originally Posted by Dougster
There are some seriously endangered species in the UK... not many of them cute and fluffy. Austropotamobius pallipes is a good example, the UK being one of it's last bastions (owls, otters, seals, water voles and ospreys being somewhat more widespread and numerous - they share a conservation status with the likes of the Siberian Tiger and the Giant Panda) yet they get little airtime by comparison and largely for the reasons in Stu's post.
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