The Nottinghamshire European Bee-eaters have successfully hatched chicks – just the third time this has happened in the UK in a decade…

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It has been a record-breaking year for breeding Black-winged Stilts in Britain, with no fewer than 13 young fledged…

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New research suggests the populations and distributions of ¾ of 3,000 plant and animal species in England are likely to be significantly affected by climate change by the end of the century…

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Seventy-three years a birdwatcher, I am back at base camp: a landlocked farmland patch…

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Gannets, Puffins and Razorbills are among the hundreds of thousands of seabirds that make up the largest mainland seabird colony in the UK on the Flamborough and Filey Coast, new figures have revealed…

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An adult or near-adult Slaty-backed Gull at Rainham landfill, Greater London, in January 2011, seen later at Wennington Marshes, Pitsea landfill and Hanningfield Reservoir, Essex, has been accepted as the first record for Britain…

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New research reveals unprecedented insights into where British and Irish breeding seabirds go when they’re not on land, providing critical information to inform future management of UK seas post-Brexit…

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The subject of climate change is much discussed, and can polarise opinion like few other scientific issues…

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A marked surge in the number of breeding Firecrests since 2000 is apparent in some parts of southern England…

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British Birds July 2017, summary of contents

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