10 reports returned.
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Birding in London website
Chairman of Records Committee
London Birders website
London Natural History Society
London Wildlife Trust
Marylebone Birdwatching Society
RSPB Bromley Local Group
RSPB Central London Local Group
Steve Holliday looks at an impressively detailed report for this well-known south London site. read on
Waste management company Veolia has confirmed substantial funding for a project at the RSPB's flagship Rainham Marshes reserve, on the edge of London. read on
Rebecca Armstrong reports from the launch of a wildlife refuge that has been opened to the public for the first time in almost a century. read on
The London Wetland Centre is providing a glimmer of hope for European wildlife, following a continent-wide report on the state and health of nature. read on
The world's biggest garden wildlife survey is happening again this year on 24 and 25 January, and there is still time to register and take part. read on
The much-hyped London Garden Bridge has been criticised by the RSPB for being more expensive than many other 'greening' options available for the capital. read on
The RSPB has responded to the decision to withdraw plans for an expansion to the London Array offshore windfarm. read on
A range of partners, including RSPB, will work together to benefit nature along the Thames gateway. read on
London birders are being asked to help win this challenge to see 100 species within the M25 in 48 hours, all in a good cause of course. read on
With only gulls to look at, Mark Pearson makes the most of them, unveiling some fascinating histories of colour-ringed birds. read on
To celebrate its 10th birthday, Rainham Marshes produced the real icing on the cake! read on
New London birder Stephen Menzie savours his new patch by familiarising himself with the local bird report. read on
An update from the capital's highest vismiggers. read on
Plenty of migrants kept things interesting for the capital's birders. read on
The return of the prodigal shrike and some harsh conditions made for an interesting start to 2010. read on
A five-year urban study by Ken Murray, Andrew Middleton and Dusty Gedge. read on
A remarkable influx of raptors is documented by Inner London Recorder, Des McKenzie. read on
Des McKenzie relates the adventures of a very lost bird. read on
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