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Northumberland & Tyneside Bird Club
Northumberland Wildlife Trust
Northumberland includes sites that are among the best in the country for the following species:
A short history of ringing Roseate Terns on Coquet Island
Finders keepers Collared Flycatcher, Northumberland
Alan Tilmouth on a publication that explores the wildlife living in and around one of Britain's most iconic structures. read on
Alan Tilmouth reviews the latest from Buckingham Press's excellent series. read on
Film of the return of Kielder's Ospreys has just been released. read on
Holy Island birders happy to see the back of hogweed. read on
This summer saw unprecedented numbers of these attractive insects reach our shores. read on
If you're in the north of England, this could be the perfect chance to catch up with an elusive bird. read on
Round-the-clock protection to safeguard future of these persecuted birds. read on
Dave Gosney reviews the updated guide to this popular island off the Northumbrian coast. read on
A task force of volunteers has rallied round to help with a 24-hour security operation to watch over a pair of rare birds of prey. read on
Reality wildlife TV is coming to north east England this summer with the launch of 'Bird Brother', to be beamed live every day from the RSPB's Coquet Island nature reserve in Northumberland. read on
In the northeast of England, Red Kites have not bred for over 170 years. Now they are back! A pair have successfully hatched at least two chicks in a nest less than two miles from the Gateshead Metrocentre and a Kite Watchpoint has been set up to allow the public to see these brilliant birds. read on
One of the UK's rarest and most spectacular birds returned to the skies over north-east England for the first time in more than 150 years today. read on
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