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Birdwatch 13h
This autumn's influx of Double-crested Cormorants to Europe has reached Irish waters, with a bird photographed on a boat at the end of September. Read more:
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Birdwatch 16h
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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Birdwatch 19h
A Red-flanked Bluetail has been caught on a camera trap at Norfolk's – yet no one on site saw the bird during its stop at the reserve on 11 October. Find out more:
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Birdwatch Oct 24
The Local Hero of the Year award is your chance to recognise the often unsung hard work of someone you know who has made a real difference to birding or conservation in your area. Nominate your choice in the 2020 :
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Birdwatch Oct 24
Hedgehog road deaths have tripled in six years, with as many as 335,000 killed each year on UK roads, it has been revealed. Find out more:
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Birdwatch Oct 24
The Local Hero of the Year award is your chance to recognise the often unsung hard work of someone you know who has made a real difference to birding or conservation in your area. Nominate your choice in the 2020 :
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Birdwatch Oct 24
Plus, all reports to BirdGuides get fed into so become available for scientists/researchers everywhere. So all our members are contributing to important research 🙂
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Birdwatch Oct 24
That's one brave pigeon ...
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Birdwatch Oct 24
His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge has been appointed BTO Patron has announced. Read more:
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Birdwatch Oct 23
Moth and butterfly news: September 2020. Will Langdon rounds up another impressive month of Lepidoptera highlights from across Britain and Ireland. Read more:
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Birdwatch Oct 23
'Vigo' the Bearded Vulture, this summer's most famous avian visitor, has now left Britain after embarking on a Channel crossing on 15 October. Find out more:
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Birdwatch Oct 23
Young Conservationist of the Year is a brand new category for . Which youngster has impressed you: , , , or ? Vote now and you could a Hawke binocular worth £229:
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Birdwatch Oct 23
In a bid to support Western Capercaillie, has launched a £2-million project supported by the EU LIFE fund, which is designed to improve the condition of protected areas on land it owns and manages. Find out more:
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Birdwatch Oct 22
Who is your Conservation Hero of the Year? Should it be & , David Attenborough, or & ? Vote now in the , sponsored by , & you could a Hawke binocular worth £229:
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Birdwatch Oct 22
Following its AGM on Saturday 10 October, is demanding new regulations and better enforcement of existing laws to control the shooting of gamebirds in the UK, claiming that self-regulation by the shooting community has failed. Find out more:
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Birdwatch Oct 22
A Western Osprey chick from the Llyn Brenig nest has died after it collided with a wind turbine in North Wales. Read more:
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Birdwatch Oct 22
This sounds like fun
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Birdwatch Oct 22
Review of the Week: Britain's first Rufous-tailed Scrub Robin in 40 years meant many dashed to the north Norfolk coast, another Masked Shrike was in Kent and 'Vigo' headed home. Sam Viles and the team round up the action from another busy autumn week:
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Birdwatch Oct 21
A stunning image by John Wall of perhaps Britain's bird of the year – the now-departed Bearded Vulture – is our latest Photo of the Week. See the winning image and our selection of notables:
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Birdwatch Oct 21
Scientists must fight back against a rising tide of 'extinction denial' propagated by people seeking to downplay the impacts and magnitude of biodiversity loss, according to a report led by . Read more:
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