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The official national twitter account for the RSPB, sharing ups & downs of nature and natural environment. Managed by Ross, Lucy and Briony, Mon-Fri 9-5.
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RSPB 1h
Replying to @r8clive
Hi Clive. What a beautiful bird. It has a genetic condition called leucism, which is why it is lacking in pigment.
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The answer to our earlier quiz is... Sparrowhawk! Well done to all those who got the correct answer!
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RSPB 2h
Replying to @AtmStreetart @coopuk
Well that could be why! If you paint any other bird related street art please make sure to share with us
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RSPB 2h
Replying to @francie57
And thank goodness for that, an autumnal baby
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RSPB 2h
Replying to @coopuk @AtmStreetart
Woooooow! This is amazing - how have we not seen this before
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RSPB 3h
Good afternoon - who's ready for the quiz? Can you identify this species? Good luck, answer at 5pm!
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RSPB 4h
Replying to @matasquith
If intentionally missing, then it is legal, but if the person is aiming for the birds and is just a bad shot, it's illegal.
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RSPB 4h
Wow, amazing photo Melissa! Thanks so much for sharing
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RSPB 4h
Replying to @Cj_covblaze
Hopefully you're able to reunite it with it's owner!
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RSPB 4h
Replying to @JennySheltonCam
Wow Jenny - amazing photo! Great job would love to see more, keep us updated!
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Villager Jim 6h
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RSPB 6h
Replying to @RSPBNews @london_meed1
Wow fantastic! Well done - thank you so much for all your hard work
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RSPB 8h
Ask the MOD to act on acacia to save birds' lives in Cyprus:
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RSPB 8h
Can you spot the mountain hare?
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RSPB 8h
Replying to @karlhphoto
Wow - truly stunning photos Karl, thanks so much for sharing
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RSPB 8h
Replying to @70_61_75_6c
Hi Paul. Rowan and holly would both be good options. They produce plenty of berries that birds will love.
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RSPB 8h
Replying to @doccyD
It doesn't need to be reported if it died of natural causes, but if you suspect otherwise it should be reported to the police.
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RSPB 9h
Replying to @darvydarvy
Hi David, looks like a buzzard to me. It is common behaviour for crows to mob birds of prey, particularly buzzards.
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RSPB 9h
Replying to @Clairstevi
Hi Clair, it's a red admiral butterfly. A beautiful species and one of the speciess most likely to be seen at this time of year
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RSPB 9h
Replying to @s_easterbrook
Wow what amazing colours!
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