A new study reveals that young Hen Harriers in England suffer abnormally high mortality compared with populations in Orkney and mainland Scotland; and the study provides compelling evidence that the most likely cause is illegal killing in areas associated with grouse moor management…

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One of the world’s largest eagles, with the world’s largest eagle beak, the spectacular Steller’s Sea Eagle is on many birdwatchers’ bucket list. For those yet to track it down, this book will further whet the appetite…

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Over four years, more than 2,000 volunteers mapped the bird populations of Switzerland and Liechtenstein and the culmination of their work is published in this comprehensive country atlas…

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This is not a traditional monograph, but rather an affectionate account of the life and times of our most common bird, the Wren…

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This is a rather unusual book about the tracking of animal movements, not just birds but other animals too. It is the product of a geographer and a skilled designer, but both have a fascination for wildlife…

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This paper provides updated estimates of population size for wintering waterbirds in Great Britain using recent data and new analytical approaches for some species…

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On 12th October 2017, an Orphean Warbler was discovered on St Agnes, Isles of Scilly…

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Official hunting statistics from 24 EU member states as well as Switzerland and Norway were collated. The results show a total annual hunting bag of at least 52 million birds…

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British Birds March 2019: summary of contents

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For a shorebird enthusiast there can be few more intriguing species-pairs than the Common Sandpiper and the closely related American Spotted Sandpiper…

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