Earlier today a top BBRC operative known as Agent M was captured on a covert mission deep in Northumberland whilst trying to secure detailed location images of the Druridge Pools site. Images taken by the snatch team leave no doubt as to the identity of the operative in question and that he had accessed the site in question; we believe he was operating alone.
We are still to ascertain how Agent M managed to access this most holy of Northumberland's birding sites. Agent M was immediately removed and bundled into
Despite the years of training to cope with extreme conditions and deprivation we know these covert operatives undergo in
Whilst the more reactionary elements of Northumberland Birding have, as is known, issued a Fatwa against the BBRC leading council, forcing many of them to go into hiding and only meet in secret locations. The NTBC committee decided on returning Agent M after some
An exchange was duly agreed with the other side and a little after midday today Agent M was taken to the Birding Frontier and placed on a train heading south. Northumberland Birders armed with the retained BBRC secret code identification books are now confident that the long absence of Yellow-legged Gull and Caspian Gull in the county will be corrected and that those Eiders around the Farnes with big, bright orange bills just might actually be worth looking at.