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During 1990–2015, the RSPB acquired around 8,750 ha of land on which to restore wetland habitat, mainly to benefit breeding waders of lowland wet grassland, Bitterns, and birds associated with intertidal habitats and saline lagoons…

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Indian Peafowl were brought to Britain by the Romans, and numbers at large in the countryside have fluctuated over time since then…

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The Outer Thames Estuary Special Protection Area was classified in 2010 in recognition of its importance for wintering Red-throated Divers…

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Short-tailed Shearwater is an abundant species of the Pacific Ocean. We reviewed records for the Indian and Atlantic Oceans and suggest that a regular pattern of movement in these oceans is hitherto unrecognised…

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The UK Overseas Territory of Turks and Caicos Islands in the West Indies is home to 58 native breeding species, including six range-restricted species and two endemic subspecies…

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This article presents the results of research conducted into the measures adopted by local authorities across the UK to regulate gulls nesting in urban areas…

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An analysis of 121 wild Black Redstart x Common Redstart hybrids from Europe and North Africa is presented, with an overview of distribution, phenology, habitat, biometrics, phenotypes and vocalisations…

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A female Red-winged Blackbird was discovered on North Ronaldsay, Orkney, on 29th April 2017. There was little doubt that this was a wild bird, and it was added to Category A of the British List…

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This paper examines the latest Manx Shearwater survey on Lundy and how the species has responded since rats were eradicated from the island…

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Data on the breeding population of Northern Wheatears on Lundy suggest a marked increase since the successful rat eradication project on the island, in 2003/04…

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