The first purple herons ever to breed successfully in the UK have hatched their chicks on the RSPB’s Dungeness Nature Reserve in Kent. It is not yet known how many chicks have hatched and confirmation will only be possible when the young fledge in a few weeks time: here.
First sighting of purple heron chicks confirm UK wildlife first: here.
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