Golden Eagles will become a more common sight across southern Scotland following a successful Heritage Lottery application bid. The South of Scotland Golden Eagle project has now confirmed funding of over £1.3…

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This booklet gives a brief and thorough account of the Peregrine Falcons breeding on St Michael and All Angels Church in Exeter, Devon…

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A revolutionary new series of lightweight, long-lasting and low-cost wildlife tracking devices has been developed to enable scientists monitor more wildlife…

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A collaborative project to find out more about the Stonechats at Dersingham Bog NNR, in Norfolk, has been running since 2012…

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Scientists and conservationists say they have identified a ‘new’ species of tern. The Royal Tern was previously thought to have two subspecies – but now scientists have used DNA analysis to show that they are two distinct species…

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Saturday 13th August 2016 was a special day for me: an e-petition bearing my name, aimed at the Westminster government and calling for driven grouse shooting to be banned, passed 100,000 signatures and was therefore heading for a debate in parliament…

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Advances in digital photography and printing technology are continually raising the bar when it comes to wildlife books based on photographs. This new volume is an excellent example, presenting a simply stunning collection of images of the Common Cuckoo and its many hosts…

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Bermuda is a UK Overseas Territory in the western North Atlantic and was uninhabited before being settled by the British over 400 years ago. It is one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world. Despite its remoteness and its suburban landscape, it has a remarkable avian richness and history…

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Merlins breeding in the Lammermuir Hills, in southeast Scotland, were studied from 1984 to 2014 in an area of heather moorland managed intensively for driven grouse shooting…

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British Birds March 2017, summary of contents

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