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Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group
Dorset Bird Club
Dorset Wildlife Trust
Portland Bird Observatory and Field Centre
Conservationists studying nesting Little Terns at Chesil Beach, Dorset, have discovered that two of the colony's residents are now 15 and 16 years old. read on
Following on from record numbers of Pink-footed Geese reported at Martin Mere WWT, Brownsea Island, Dorset, has reported an unprecedented count of another more exotic species: Spoonbill. read on
Leading a routine field trip around his patch, Paul Morton was fortunate enough to stumble upon Britain's third Short-toed Eagle. read on
The Ladybird Spider is given a new home in one of the country’s top bug hotspots. read on
Fake birds set to attract the real thing. read on
If you are heading to Dorset, then don't miss this in-depth site guide to the area by local birder Steve Portugal, directing you the best sites and what you might expect to see read on
The wilderness of Poole Harbour in Dorset is an area of outstanding natural beauty and of national and international importance for wintering wildfowl and waders. Local birder Steve Portugal reveals more. read on
Jutting five miles out to sea from Chesil Beach, Portland is a unique place, and a combination of geographical positioning and habitat make it excellent for watching migrant birds, both on land and at sea. read on
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