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Review | RSPB Guide to Birdsong James Lidster casts his eye over this recently published book dedicated to the fundamentals of bird vocalisations.
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Extra 20,000 trees for Highland nature reserve:
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Full details of the St Martin's Black-and-white Warbler – the first in a terrific run of exciting American landbirds on Scilly – from finder Mick Knight:
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grand job, Max!
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Two thirds of North American birds 'could go extinct':
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Replying to @DEBALMER
Super find Dawn, thanks for the news!
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British Birds 24h
Also new to Britain and Ireland in 1981 A Grey-tailed Tattler in Wales that frequented the Dyfi Estuary until 17th November
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It's like 2013 all over again, eh ?!
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Scott Reid Oct 13
Islanders v Birders football match on Scilly next Sunday (20th) - you still playing?! Anyone else coming over that wants to play? Or if you’re already here and want to play, give me a shout. Spare boots available!
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Replying to @WiseBirding
Terrific stuff Chris, congratulations!
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Skokholm Island Oct 12
The only other Skokholm record was found on 14th October 1967! The first-winter Red-eyed Vireo has been ringed and released in the Courtyard where it is munching on Craneflies.
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Tarsiger Oct 12
Connecticut Warbler trapped and ringed at Aldeia da Cuada, Flores, photo by Thjis Valkenburg - the 1st record for Azores and for Western Palearctic
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Bethan Oct 12
Red-eyed Vireo in the bag!!!!!! I'm shaking with excitement!!!
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BirdGuides Oct 11
Two years since the Rock Thrush in Gwent! Who saw it? Was it a tick for you? Read John Marsh's account of the discovery here:
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BirdGuides Oct 11
Anti-bird netting rally planned in Louth:
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BirdGuides Oct 11
From tits and stonechats to chiffchaffs and gulls, we have a long history when it comes to overlooking interesting birds in our midst, says – and every birder can play a part in solving the puzzles. Read Dominic's column:
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BirdGuides Oct 11
Out birding this weekend? Catch up with what's about in our Review of the Week:
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BirdGuides Oct 11
The future looks bright for New Zealand's Takahe population:
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BirdGuides Oct 11
Eagle owls predate flamingos in the Camargue:
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Liam Langley Oct 9
REQUEST FOR PHOTOS: the Scilly Rarities Committee are very interested in any pictures of Bean Geese taken on Scilly in the 1980s - particularly the October 1981 bird. Please email liam.langley2@gmail.com if you have any you could share.
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