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The dearest evidence for some decline in the numbers breeding in Ireland by the mid 19th century comes from Thompson's statement that, near Clonmel (Waterford), it was very scarce in 1849 whereas in 1838 he had been told that and young were easily obtained there. Persecution by 'vermin killers', sportsmen and collectors was probably causing a more general decrease in Ireland at this time, but at least in the more remote breeding haunts a good many pairs continued to breed. Thompson quotes an emotive article on Highland Sport and the enemies of grouse, in the Quarterly Review for December 1845: 'Hawks of all sorts, from Eagles to Merlins destroy numbers.

This varies according to age. In Identification and Plumages 41 older males this border ¡s grey on the white under-side and absent altogether on the upper surface. In younger males it is darker grey below, often looking blackish in the field, and there is a similar but much fainter border above. There is great variation in the ground colour of mature females. Eddie Balfour found that the palest and most grey-brown birds were among the oldest but there is probably much variation independent of age.

W. G. Hoskins, again, has described how the landscape of the English Midlands was redrawn by the Parliamentary enclosures of the 18th and early 19th centuries. The small, heavily grazed fields which replaced so much open arable ground and heathland would have little attraction for harriers. The eloquent voice of John Clare was nostalgic for the open heath in the East Midlands: Ye commons left free in the rude rags of nature, Ye brown heaths bedothed in furze as ye be, My wild eye in rapture adores every feature, Ye are as dear as this heart in my bosom to me, Clare often observed harriers hunting in his homeland near Peterborough.

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