10 reports returned.
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Blackburn & District Bird Club
East Lancashire Ornithologists' Club
Lancashire Bird Club
Lancashire Wildlife Trust
Preston Society (Birdwatching and Natural History)
The safety of tens of thousands of swans and geese in the UK could be improved by new research into collisions with power lines, which started this week with the installation of more than 150 special bird diverters in Lancashire. read on
Finding a local mega was a 'fairway' for conservation-minded greenkeeper Antony Wainwright to conclude his seven-year stint at Turton Golf Club. read on
RSPB Liverpool local group celebrate 40th anniversary on top of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral. read on
A new reserve will help protect these rapidly declining butterflies. read on
A newly confirmed threat to the beleaguered English Hen Harrier population? read on
A pair of breeding Eagle Owls at Dunsop Bridge have proved extremely popular, attracting plenty of birding and media attention. Brian Unwin discusses the occurrence. read on
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