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Seventy-five years ago

01 August 2006
Comments Other FULMARS IN PEMBROKESHIRE. O N May 6th, 1930, Mr. C. Oldham and I saw a Fulmar (Fulmarus g. glacialis) flying past Strumble Head. This, I believe, was the first summer record of this species in Pembrokeshire or indeed in South Wales (Brit. Birds 24: 196...
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Bird Photograph of the Year 2006

01 August 2006
Comments Main paper The competition produced another series of great images and provided a fascinating day for the judges, provoking debate, admiration, and sheer enjoyment in equal measure. The format of the competition remained unchanged, which is to produce the best an...
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News and Comment

01 August 2006
Comments News and comment It's a very grim case of `we told you so'. The White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla population on the Smøla archipelago in Norway has been decimated by an ill-advised windfarm. This year, only one eagle is expected to fledge from the windfarm...
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