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RSPB 9h
The answer to our earlier quiz is... black-headed gull! Well done to all those who got the correct answer, you can find out more about this bird on our website:
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RSPB 10h
Replying to @Miss_CharlotteR
This is a female Redstart:
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RSPB 10h
Replying to @I_AM_G_FORCE
This is a Blackbird fledgling.
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The People's Friend 11h
The fab Jamie Wyver from RSPB talks to us in our current Special about the summer visitors that'll be spending the coming months in Britain. What have you got flying around your garden at the moment?
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RSPB 10h
The campaign is picking up all over Wales – discover how you can get involved.
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RSPB 11h
Afternoon! It's time for the quiz! Can you identify this species? Good luck, answer at 5pm! 📸🤔🐦
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RSPB 12h
Replying to @ChouetteWirral
Probably best left alone as parents nearby and they may not readily allow you to pick him up and put him back in the nest.
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RSPB 12h
Add your voice and speak up to help
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Back from the Brink 18h
We've had a lot of species since April - from the Slow-worm and the Willow Tit to the Duke of Burgundy, Fly Orchid and Grass Snake. If you spot any of them whilst you're out and about - don't forget to tag us and ! It's been great to see your photos!
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Steve Wheatley 14h
Record numbers of Silver-studded Blues (over 300 counted yesterday) for Hazeley Heath which the RSPB acquired in 2012 and have been busy restoring
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RSPB 14h
Hi Helena, we've been tracking your story today, if this bird has no feathers, like Buddy here, then we would recommend contacting a wildlife rehabilitator here: I hope that helps, thanks.
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RSPB 14h
Replying to @MsEmentor
This looks like a fancy quail of some sort, maybe a Bobwhite.
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RSPB 15h
Replying to @Campervankid
These birds are Linnets:
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RSPB 15h
Replying to @__LivinTheDream
This nest most likely belonged to a Wren.
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @KimWarrington1
From the second photo, this bird looks like a House sparrow.
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Back from the Brink Jun 21
To celebrate our Field Cricket project are running a Heathland Safari this weekend! Take a look at their latest that describes what's been going on recently with the project and details of the : . See you there!
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @rachelpierman
Hi Rachel, thanks for your message. Were the parents birds about at all? Had you seen it fall out of a nest? We've advice on what to do if you find a baby bird on our website here: Thanks!
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RSPB 16h
Replying to @MelReid93 @_BTO
Hooray, great news!
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RSPB South East Jun 21
New research reveals even more at Lodge Hill, but for how long? Their best UK breeding site is under threat. Speak out by Monday to help and others save it!
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RSPB 18h
Did someone say weekend?
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