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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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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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Results from a 47-year study of Tengmalm’s Owls in western Finland show that abundance of their main prey (Microtus and Myodes voles), and the three-year, high-amplitude fluctuations in vole populations, is fundamentally important in regulating the owl populations…

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The field separation of the Spanish Imperial Eagle from the formerly conspecific Eastern Imperial Eagle is reviewed…

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The breeding population of Peregrine Falcons on the Atlantic coasts of north and west Cornwall appears to be declining dramatically…

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The migrations of Woodcocks Scolopax rusticola visiting Britain & Ireland in winter are described using ringing data and information from satellite tracking…

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