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Let us prey: Churchman fury at RSPB after attack on his flock

As a bird-lover, one of Scotland’s leading churchmen could have been expected to have been backing the ongoing battle to save the endangered sea eagle.

But after being terrorised by the country’s largest bird of prey, which killed one of his prize-winning geese and left him wounded, the Very Reverend Hunter Farquharson, Provost of Perth Cathedral, is not in the mood to turn the other cheek.

And it appears only the threat of prison for anyone harming the raptors, stopped the species becoming even rarer, after one of 16 young birds from Norway, which was released 10 days ago in Fife, attacked his own flock.

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