Prosecutors claimed that Dack, of Montagu's Harrier
, Guisborough, then shoved his hand up the woman's skirt.
According to the few articles found, it is difficult to determine the importance of harvest mice in Montagu's harrier
(Circus pygargus) and marsh harrier (C.
is similar in that the male is also pale grey throughout but a darker grey and with a black bar on the wing and chestnut streaking on the flanks.
Mo is protected by law but disappeared suddenly without trace - even though she has a satellite tracker tag - fuelling speculation she was illegally shot.
South Stack's seacliffs brimmed with guillemots and razorbills at the weekend, but the Montagu's harrier
had moved on.
In this study, blood samples were obtained from nestlings (18 males and 22 females) of a natural-vegetation breeding population of Montagu's harrier
(Circus pygargus) in eastern Spain in order to establish reference intervals for blood values.
Morel & Morel 1978, Mullie & Keith 1993a, Mullie 2009), as well as on the basis of visual observations during the study, on gizzard contents of birds found dead, e.g., as road victims in our study area, and on the contents of regurgitated pellets (see also next paragraph) collected in roosts of communal species such as White Stork, Montagu's Harrier
and Lesser Kestrel, Falco naumanni, observed species were classified as acridivorous or nonacridivorous.
The raid also found four stuffed owls, a Montagu's Harrier
, a Marsh Harrier and Honey Buzzard.
Between the 1870s and 1970s five more species saw numbers drop to less than 100 pairs, with the Montagu's harrier
becoming temporarily extinct in the 1970s.
Some of the rarest eggs included those of a red-necked phalarope and a Montagu's harrier
, while among the dead birds was a honey buzzard.
A pair of Montagu's harrier
are visible from a new RSPB watchpoint on the Lincolnshire coast.