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Spring

spring

... and with it the bird's breeding season. This is where we would appreciate your help as there are many potentially suitable woodlands where there may be additional breeding pairs that we aren’t aware of.

If you see evidence of nesting please let us know.

Frequently Asked

How can I tell the difference between an adult and a juvenile Red Kite?

How many eggs/young do Red Kites have?

Where can I see Red Kites in Yorkshire?

For the answers to these and many more questions CLICK HERE

Emergencies and Nesting

Emergencies.

To report sick, injured or dead red kites please CLICK HERE and follow the instructions.

Nesting and General Contact.

Should you suspect nesting red kites in your area, or wish to make an enquiry regarding Yorkshire Red Kites, please CLICK HERE and complete our Contact Form.

Thank You!

Sightings

We've created a sightings map from the data that you've sent to us over the 4 year period 2018 to 2021

Click this link or the map to be taken there.

sightings

Homepage quotes

"When the kyte builds, look to lesser linen"
From Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale

"Ah, could I see a spinney nigh,
A paddock riding in the sky,
Above the oaks, in easy sail,
On stilly wings and forked tail."
Paddock is an old English name for the Red Kite
By John Clare (c1820)

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