6 November 2014 Last updated at 11:41
A gamekeeper convicted of "the worst case of bird of prey poisoning" recorded in England has been given a 10-week suspended sentence.
Allen Lambert, 65, who worked on the Stody Estate, near Holt in Norfolk, was found guilty of deliberately killing 10 buzzards and a sparrowhawk.
Head of RSPB investigations Bob Elliot said the discovery of the carcasses at Lambert's home was "truly dreadful".
In October Lambert, of Holt Road, Edgefield, was also found guilty of possessing pesticides and items used to prepare poison baits. He had pleaded guilty to five other charges including illegal use of pesticides.
District judge Peter Veits said the offences had "crossed the custody threshold" but said his sentence would be suspended.
His 10-week sentence was suspended for a year and he was ordered to pay prosecution costs of £930.