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There was good news & bad this year: Rosy Starlings, breeding White Storks & a lead shot ban. But the brood-managed Hen Harriers all 'disappeared'. What was story of the year? Vote now in the & you could Hawke bins worth £229:
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BirdGuides 7h
Our latest Photo of the Week is a beautiful Rock Pipit from – a fine illustration of how sometimes less is more in the world of bird photography:
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Britain's Orchids Oct 25
GIVEAWAY TIME! Do you know anyone that would like a FREE copy of ? A budding young naturalist? A friend new to botany? Give us a follow, tag a friend in a comment below and retweet this post. We will pick a name out of a hat on Fri 30 Oct. Good luck!
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BirdGuides Oct 27
A new record has been set for the highest number of bird species recorded in a single day worldwide: 7,093. The astonishing total was logged on Saturday 17 October – the first day of the inaugural weekend:
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BirdGuides Oct 27
Replying to @AndyBond13
Thanks for the heads up Andy, all reports updated now.
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BirdGuides Oct 27
The RSPB is launching a nationwide survey to assess the breeding population of Britain's fastest-declining species, European Turtle Dove:
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BirdGuides Oct 26
Indigo Bunting on Scilly! This third for Britain is the latest major rarity to make landfall in what's already been a showstopping autumn. We take a look at the events surrounding the record, as well as the status of the species in the Western Palearctic:
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mallgalleries Oct 26
Lovely review of the exhibition, opening on Wednesday, in . Not just praising the work on display, but also our efforts to ensure visitors are kept COVID safe. Thanks Bird Guides!
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BirdGuides Oct 26
What conservation campaign made a difference this year? Was it Save our Skydancers, the White-tailed Eagle reintroduction by , or something else? Vote now in the sponsored by :
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BirdGuides Oct 26
A record number of Little Tern chicks successfully fledged from a Flintshire reserve this summer, with no fewer than 27 young birds leaving the nest at Point of Ayr:
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BirdGuides Oct 25
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BirdGuides Oct 25
After such a mega autumn, let's not forget just what an amazing summer it was for rare seabirds ... read the full account of France's first (second!) Short-tailed Shearwater:
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BirdGuides Oct 25
Voting in the 2020 is now open! Sponsored by , this is your chance to recognise the best in birding and conservation and you could a Hawke Endurance ED 8x42 binocular worth £229. Vote now:
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BirdGuides Oct 25
A new study has shown that the majority of almost 300 raptor deaths analysed in Ireland were the result of poisoning:
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BirdGuides Oct 24
The Society of Wildlife Artists' prestigious annual exhibition, the Natural Eye, will open as planned at London's Mall Galleries next week:
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BirdGuides Oct 24
Replying to @Hypatiakitten
We've not done anything at this end, but glad it's sorted. Always worth a cheeky logout/login if it seems like your subscription isn't active and you can't see the full sightings details.
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BirdGuides Oct 24
Replying to @MurielHelps
The materials used are mentioned in the story.
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BirdGuides Oct 24
Tern rafts made from upcycled materials have had a successful first season at a West Sussex site, with almost 50 young successfully raised on them:
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BirdGuides Oct 23
Harry Richardson took full advantage of the recent easterlies, finding Britain's fourth Taiga Flycatcher on his coastal patch:
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BirdGuides Oct 23
There's an option to fill in a nominee of your choice
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