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Wed 26/04/17  New content  
Research: Record breeding season for the endangered Bermuda Petrel
Research Record breeding season for the endangered Bermuda Petrel
One of the world’s most threatened seabirds is breeding in increasing numbers on an offshore island used to translocate birds from other more vulnerable locations.  read on read on
Wed 26/04/17  New content  
Review of the Week: 19-25 April
Review of the Week 19–25 April
A quite chilly week nonetheless produced some decent birds, as you'd expect during the peak weeks of spring migration.  read on read on
Wed 26/04/17  New content  
Photo of the Week: 19-25 April
Photo of the Week 19–25 April
Mike Warburton's striking Green Woodpecker capture wins this week's award.  read on read on
Tue 25/04/17  New content  
Nick Moran
Rarity finders American Herring Gull in Suffolk
Pete Wilson's diversion via a local Suffolk pig farm paid off when a rare Nearctic gull emerged from the throng.  read on read on
Mon 24/04/17  New content  
Rarity finders: Hermit Thrush on Noss
Rarity finders Hermit Thrush on Noss
Craig Nisbet, Reserve Warden at Scottish Natural Heritage, clapped his hands in a Shetland island geo and flushed a mega Yank thrush, which fortunately stayed for others to see.  read on read on
Sun 23/04/17  New content  
Blue-throated Macaw nests discovered in Bolivia
Blue-throated Macaw nests discovered in Bolivia
A new breeding location for this Critically Endangered parrot has been found by the World Land Trust’s partner in Bolivia.  read on read on
Sat 22/04/17  New content  
Dead Sea Sparrow by Dominic Mitchell
Ramsar World’s lowest wetland designated a Ramsar site
Jordan’s Fifa Nature Reserve has been awarded special protection as a Wetland of International Importance.  read on read on
Fri 21/04/17  New content  
RSPB: Concerns voiced over Highland housing development
RSPB Concerns voiced over Highland housing development
The wildlife charity has asked for reassurance that new housing won’t negatively impact on the Cairngorms population of Capercaillie.  read on read on
Thu 20/04/17
Massacre on Migration: Chris Packham found not guilty after Malta trial
Massacre on Migration Chris Packham found not guilty after Malta trial
TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham was arrested in Malta following an incident with suspected wildlife criminals, but protested his innocence and was acquitted of all charges.  read on read on
Thu 20/04/17
BTO: Citizen scientists needed
BTO Citizen scientists needed
The BTO is asking for volunteers to monitor nests as part of its House Martin Survey.  read on read on
Wed 19/04/17
Research: Time-lapse cameras provide insight into penguin winter behaviour
Research Time-lapse cameras provide insight into penguin winter behaviour
A new study published in The Auk used a unique approach to gain new insights into Gentoo Penguins.  read on read on
Wed 19/04/17
Photo of the Week: 12-18 April
Photo of the Week 12–18 April
Mark Woodward's iPhone close-up of a bold Grey Heron snaffling up leftovers in a London park is this week's Photo of the Week.  read on read on
Wed 19/04/17
Review of the Week: 12-18 April
Review of the Week 12–18 April
This week had the air of the calm before the storm, as common and scarce spring migrants continued to arrive in number, but without a standout rarity to set the pulses racing.  read on read on
Tue 18/04/17
Six-year-old raises AU$1,000 for endangered Australian parrot
Six-year-old raises AU$1,000 for endangered Australian parrot
A six-year-old girl from Victoria, Australia, has raised more than AU$1,000 towards the conservation of the Critically Endangered Orange-bellied Parrot.  read on read on
Mon 17/04/17
BTO: Thrushes prosper in British gardens
BTO Thrushes prosper in British gardens
Blackbirds, Song Thrushes and Mistle Thrushes were all recorded in good numbers during BTO's Garden BirdWatch in 2016, but some species fared poorly.  read on read on
Sun 16/04/17
Research: Promiscuity slows down the evolution of new species
Research Promiscuity slows down the evolution of new species
New research into Charadrius plovers suggests that promiscuity mixes up the gene pool and dilutes genetic differences between populations, slowing down the evolution of new species.  read on read on
Sat 15/04/17
RSPB: Appeal for information after Red Kite found shot in Bedfordshire
RSPB Appeal for information after Red Kite found shot in Bedfordshire
Bedfordshire Police and the RSPB are appealing for information after a dead Red Kite was found near Toddington, Bedfordshire.  read on read on
Fri 14/04/17
Review: Fair Isle Bird Observatory Report for 2015
Review Fair Isle Bird Observatory Report for 2015
Josh Jones takes a look at the latest annual report from Britain's premier birding island.  read on read on
Thu 13/04/17
Rarity finders: Common Rock Thrush on Scilly
Rarity finders Common Rock Thrush on Scilly
Ansy Boothroyd was teaching her husband some bird identification tips when he noticed a gaudy but unusual bird perched on a wall.  read on read on
Thu 13/04/17
Research: Habitat loss is driving declines in East Asian shorebirds
Research Habitat loss is driving declines in East Asian shorebirds
Populations of shorebirds that spend most of the year in Australia have been declining for decades, despite conservation efforts, and a new international study has pinpointed one big reason.  read on read on

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