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Monday 27th June 2016

Research World's oldest Terek Sandpiper found in Belarus
Field ornithologists at a bird-ringing station in Belarus have caught the oldest-known Terek Sandpiper. Link read on
Review A Summer of British Wildlife by James Lowen
David Campbell seeks inspiration for summer wildlife trips from this new title by James Lowen. Link read on
EU environment ministers speak up for nature laws
On 20 June, EU Environment Council ministers joined BirdLife in front of a banner calling for nature laws to be officially and immediately deemed fit for purpose. Link read on
This week at a glance...
Latest rarities
26/06 21:25 Caspian Tern Norfolk
26/06 20:38 American White-winged Scoter Aberdeenshire
26/06 19:04 Little Bittern S Yorks
26/06 18:35 Great Knot Norfolk
26/06 15:48 Dalmatian Pelican Cornwall
26/06 14:34 King Eider Aberdeenshire
26/06 07:38 Bonaparte's Gull Northumb
25/06 21:09 Gull-billed Tern Forth
23/06 12:45 Savi's Warbler Norfolk
23/06 11:33 Caspian Tern Lincs
Latest sightings Latest sightings
Latest Weekly Newsletter
Wednesday 22nd June 2016 Wednesday 22nd June 2016
Photo of the Week Rosette
Photo of the WeekLink Ruff
Link Aird an Runair, N.Uist, Outer Hebrides
Roger Ridley, 12/06/16
Link Former Photos of the Week
Link Latest pictures
Bird of the Week
Link Great Knot at Gore Point (Norfolk)
Featured Site
Link St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly
ThumbnailReview of the Week
15–21 June
Norfolk's second Great Knot in three years was head and shoulders above anything else on show this week.
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ThumbnailFeatured Tours
In partnership with Birdwatch magazine and specialist tour operators, we offer an exclusive programme of birding holidays.
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Recent articles...
RSPB Record number of Stone-curlews nesting on Suffolk Coast
ThumbnailThanks to an EU Life+ funded project, the RSPB has ensured that East Anglia's Stone-curlews are thriving. Link read on
Dungeness Diary May 2016: Peak spring
ThumbnailDavid Campbell continues his reflections on life at Dungeness Bird Observatory as the peak weeks of spring throw up an enviable list of great birds. Link read on
Research A new threat to Hawaiian Geese: cat faeces
ThumbnailA new study has found that some Hawaiian Goose populations are heavily infected by toxoplasmosis from feral cats. Link read on
More articles...
Link RSPB Little Gulls breeding in Scotland for first time
Link WWT Spoon-billed Sandpipers lay eggs in captivity for first time
Link Tufted Puffin: at sea off Land's End, Cornwall, 20 May 2016
Link Research Fatter birds make better parents
Link Butterfly Conservation Look out for 'hummingbirds' during Moth Night 2016

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