Since 2008, the Batumi Raptor Count project has monitored the autumn migration of raptors at Batumi, on the eastern shore of the Black Sea in southwest Georgia…

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This report summarises the non-passerine scarce migrant birds recorded in Britain in 2018…

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An understanding of the process of moult is a fundamental part of being able to determine the age and often the sex of an individual bird…

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British Birds August 2020: summary of contents

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Produced on behalf of the Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers, this is the first avifauna of the county since 1975, so is long overdue. Its scope is the birds recorded in the county up to and including 2013 but it also has a chapter on notable additions in 2014–18, meaning it is very much up to date…

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This book is an extremely attractive publication, which has been produced with a wonderful eye for detail, precision and accuracy. It will be immensely valuable to all naturalists, planners and developers…

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The Pembrokeshire island of Skokholm is where Ronald Lockley carried out pioneering studies on the Manx Shearwater and, in 1933, opened the first bird observatory in Britain…

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Little Terns have long bred at Blakeney Point, in Norfolk. Over 100 years of data show that numbers peaked between the mid 1950s and late 1970s…

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A large pipit on Bardsey, Caernarfonshire, on 11th May 2016 was first identified as a Blyth’s Pipit…

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British Birds July 2020 – summary of contents

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