Birders often choose where to live based, in part, on the opportunities for watching wildlife. The proximity of high-quality wildlife sites might be your greatest priority. Or perhaps the potential of a wildlife garden would be the most important factor. Simon Barnes manages to have it both ways…

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This is the latest offering in the Lynx and BirdLife International Field Guides Collection and covers all of the West Indies except Trinidad & Tobago and the Netherlands Antilles…

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British Birds February 2020: summary of contents

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Against the backcloth of biodiversity in crisis, the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science was established in 2014. Its aim is to identify, provide and interpret the scientific evidence needed to help the RSPB and others to make informed decisions on biodiversity conservation and the environment…

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The Wash, straddling the counties of Norfolk and Lincolnshire, is the most important estuary for wildlife in the UK…

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This new photographic identification guide to the world’s pelagic birds is a comprehensive, authoritative and impressive volume…

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This article describes the circumstances surrounding a male Falcated Duck at WWT Welney, Norfolk, in December 1986…

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When considering additions to the British List, wildfowl are among the most controversial group of bird species for the British Ornithologists’ Union Records Committee to consider…

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British Birds January 2020: summary of contents

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This report documents the status of rare or scarce native birds that were recorded breeding, or showed signs of breeding, in the UK in 2017. It was a particularly memorable year for rare breeding birds…

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