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Wed 19/07/17
Review of the Week: 12-18 July
Review of the Week 12–18 July
The Amur Falcon was back in Cornwall for an afternoon and the Swinhoe's Storm Petrel returned to Fair Isle.  read on read on
Wed 19/07/17
Photo of the Week: 12-18 July
Photo of the Week 12–18 July
Richard Stonier's clean shot of a tricky subject, a female King Eider in flight, caught Steve Young's eye this week.  read on read on
Tue 18/07/17
Rarity finders: Grey-tailed Tattler in the Azores
Rarity finders Grey-tailed Tattler in the Azores
Josh Jones' July visit to Terceira highlighted why it is never safe to rest on your laurels while birding in the Azores, even in the middle of summer.  read on read on
Mon 17/07/17
RSPB: Crowdfunding appeal launched to replace hides at Snettisham
RSPB Crowdfunding appeal launched to replace hides at Snettisham
The RSPB has launched its first-ever crowdfunding appeal in an attempt to raise £120,000 to replace two hides at Snettisham, Norfolk, which were destroyed by coastal storms.  read on read on
Sat 15/07/17
News: RSPCA warns about fishing litter as it rescues Northern Gannet in Wales
News RSPCA warns about fishing litter as it rescues Northern Gannet in Wales
The animal charity has warned of the dangers of discarded fishing gear after rescuing a Northern Gannet in Rhyl.  read on read on
Fri 14/07/17
News: Pallid Harrier breeds in Western Europe for the first time
News Pallid Harrier breeds in Western Europe for the first time
The first pair of Pallid Harriers to breed in Western Europe has raised four young in the Netherlands this summer.  read on read on
Fri 14/07/17
Butterfly Conservation: Critical summer for UK butterflies
Butterfly Conservation Critical summer for UK butterflies
Sir David Attenborough has warned that UK butterflies face a critical summer after a string of poor years that have seen the numbers of many common species decline.  read on read on
Thu 13/07/17
Research: Seaside Sparrows at risk from increasing predators and rising seas
Research Seaside Sparrows at risk from increasing predators and rising seas
New research has found that increasing predator numbers and rising sea levels put the squeeze on breeding Seaside Sparrows.  read on read on
Wed 12/07/17
Review of the Week: 5-11 July
Review of the Week 5–11 July
An Amur Falcon in Cornwall and an apparent Green Warbler on Fair Isle headlined an otherwise sleepy July week.  read on read on
Wed 12/07/17
Photo of the Week: 5-11 July
Photo of the Week 5–11 July
David Moreton's charming shot of a Barn Swallow feeding its youngster earns him the Photo of the Week accolade, the second Swallow shot to take the prize so far this year.  read on read on
Wed 12/07/17
News: Osprey reintroduction begins at Poole Harbour
News Osprey reintroduction begins at Poole Harbour
Eight Osprey chicks have safely arrived at Poole Harbour, Dorset, as part of a five-year translocation project aimed at re-establishing the species to its former breeding grounds on the south coast.  read on read on
Tue 11/07/17
BirdLife: Stop the illegal killing and trading of wild birds in North Africa
BirdLife Stop the illegal killing and trading of wild birds in North Africa
Reports on the strategies of poachers in North Africa show that hunting has contributed to a serious shrinkage of range in Goldfinch and other songbirds often targeted by hunters.  read on read on
Mon 10/07/17
Rarity finders: Oriental Plover in Norway
Rarity finders Oriental Plover in Norway
Oddvar Heggøy and Gunnar Gundersen enjoyed a quite sensational find on the Norwegian island of Røst in late June.  read on read on
Sun 09/07/17
BirdLife: New Zealand's rainforest penguins running out of time
BirdLife New Zealand's rainforest penguins running out of time
New Zealand's hidden endemic Fiordland Crested Penguins or Tawaki nest in remote rainforests – but why are they under threat?  read on read on
Sat 08/07/17
BirdLife: Almost 100 vultures dead after eating poisoned elephant carcass
BirdLife Almost 100 vultures dead after eating poisoned elephant carcass
Ninety-four Critically Endangered African White-backed Vultures have been reported dead after feeding on a poisoned elephant carcass recently in Zimbabwe.  read on read on
Fri 07/07/17
RSPB: Mystery of bird movements at sea solved
RSPB Mystery of bird movements at sea solved
Unprecedented use of innovative GPS tracking and computer models to map where British and Irish breeding seabirds go to feed has revealed unique insights into their distribution.  read on read on
Thu 06/07/17
Rarity finders: Pacific Swift in Aberdeenshire
Rarity finders Pacific Swift in Aberdeenshire
The joys of patch birding were never more apparent to Philip Bloor when a large slender swift hove into view at Longhaven and showed its white rump ...  read on read on
Wed 05/07/17
Review of the Week: 28 June - 4 July
Review of the Week 28 June – 4 July
A brief Pacific Swift in Aberdeenshire and the return of Yorkshire's Black-browed Albatross delighted and frustrated British birders in equal measure, while further afield, the WP's second Oriental Plover was in Norway.  read on read on
Wed 05/07/17
Photo of the Week: 28 June - 4 July
Photo of the Week 28 June – 4 July
John Anderson's superb portrait of an Arctic Skua on Handa Island is this week's Photo of the Week.  read on read on
Mon 03/07/17
Articles: Ascension Frigatebird in Cape Verde, June 2017
Articles Ascension Frigatebird in Cape Verde, June 2017
The third Western Palearctic record of Ascension Frigatebird was identified in retrospect - get the full story and stunning photos here.  read on read on

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