Jackdaws could be answer to box moth caterpillar, says National Trust

The National Trust says 10 jackdaws are eating box moth caterpillars on 1km of box hedge at its Ham House and Garden in Richmond, London "alleviating fears that the insects were unpalatable to native predators".

by Matthew Appleby

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