10 reports returned.
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County Recorder (North Lincs)
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Gibraltar Point Bird Observatory
Lincolnshire Bird Club
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust
South Lincolnshire RSPB Group
South Lincs Archive
A pair of Glossy Ibises built a nest at RSPB Frampton Marsh this summer, believed to be the first recorded nesting attempt in Britain in modern history. read on
The RSPB and two county police forces have issued a plea for information after the recent deaths of three birds of prey in East Anglia. read on
A gamekeeper is convicted for posessing enough Carbofuran to kill 'all the birds of prey in Lincolnshire'. read on
Paul French describes the creation and population of one of the RPSB's newest reserves. read on
A pair of Montagu’s Harriers, the UK’s rarest breeding birds of prey, are nesting at Digby Fen between Lincoln and Boston. Find our where to go to see these fantastic birds. read on
The changing currents of a tidal river are threatening to swamp an RSPB reserve – and its important population of birds. read on
Graham Catley provides an overview of 14 years on his patch beside the Humber estuary in north Lincolnshire. read on
The Sora discovered at this Lincolnshire reserve came as a bit of a late winter surprise. Find out more about the status of Sora, plus access details for this bird. read on
A major new nature reserve with exciting opportunities for fenland wildlife is opening for the first time on Sunday 19 September near Deeping St James in South Lincolnshire. read on
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