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Carsington Bird Club
Derby Natural History Society
Derbyshire Ornithological Society
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust
Hope Valley Birdwatchers' Club
Ogston Bird Club
RSPB Burton and South Derbyshire Local Group
RSPB Derby Local Group
The Bakewell Birder
Rachel Jones thought birders were winding her up when she attempted to get an unusual thrush identified online — but it really was a genuine rarity. read on
The RSPB has launched a major new blanket bog restoration project at Dove Stone in the Peak District, after securing a grant of more than £228,000. read on
The Eastern Moors in Derbyshire's Peak District is bucking the national trend with an increase in the numbers of threatened bird species. read on
Hen Harrier Day 2015 will unite thousands of protesters against raptor persecution, three days before the start of the grouse shooting season. read on
Hen Harrier Day co-founder Alan Tilmouth on the young history of Hen Harrier Day, and the events taking place on 10 August 2014. read on
Derbyshire gamekeeper Glenn Brown loses appeal against earlier convictions. read on
Glenn Brown guilty of seven offences relating to cage trapping. read on
As Derby's Cathedral Peregrines lay their first egg, the project team look back at the history of these birds. read on
Derby Cathedral's feathered guests make an early bid for freedom and end up down the pub. log in
British Birds 1953, Volume 46, No. 3, Notes
The Notes section of BB always contains some remarkable tales, and this dive into the archives proves no exception. log in
Wildlife persecution has taken a sickening new twist, according to the RSPB. read on
Last summer, a pair of Peregrine Falcons successfully nested on Derby Cathedral for the first time. This year two cameras have been put on the platform to monitor the pair's progress. read on
Black Grouse in the Upper Derwent Valley – an Update
The Moorland Feather Mystery
BirdGuides webmaster Dave Dunford would like your help to solve a moorland murder mystery (updated 24th September)... log in
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