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Tuesday 26th July 2016

Buzzard found shot in national park
A horrifically injured juvenile Common Buzzard was found at Westerdale Moor, North Yorkshire, in the North Yorks National Park. Link read on
RSPB Illegal bird traps discovered on Deeside grouse moor
RSPB Scotland has appealed for information following the discovery of illegally-set spring traps in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. Link read on
Aldi donates £775,000 to RSPB
Supermarket chain Aldi is celebrating the first anniversary of an educational partnership with the RSPB by donating £775,000 from the sale of its carrier bags. Link read on
This week at a glance...
Latest rarities
26/07 10:38 Semipalmated Plover Wexford
26/07 09:54 Broad-billed Sandpiper Lincs
26/07 09:50 Caspian Tern Norfolk
26/07 08:49 Western Sandpiper Wexford
25/07 23:18 Dalmatian Pelican Cornwall
25/07 23:16 Hudsonian Whimbrel Cornwall
25/07 18:06 Bonaparte's Gull Kent
25/07 17:15 Baird's Sandpiper Suffolk
25/07 12:48 Bonaparte's Gull Northumb
25/07 07:52 American White-winged Scoter Aberdeenshire
Latest sightings Latest sightings
Latest Weekly Newsletter
Wednesday 20th July 2016 Wednesday 20th July 2016
Photo of the Week Rosette
Photo of the WeekLink Water Rail
Link Ham Wall RSPB, Somerset & Bristol
Phil Gower, 14/07/16
Link Former Photos of the Week
Link Latest pictures
Bird of the Week
Link Sabine's Gull at Carr Vale NR (Derbys)
Featured Site
Link St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly
ThumbnailReview of the Week
13–19 July
The birding didn't reach the same heights as the thermometer in a week of summer doldrums.
Link read on
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...
Research Great Lakes bird populations holding steady
ThumbnailA new US Forest Service report finds that bird populations in the western Great Lakes region are generally faring well. Link read on
BTO Common Cuckoo declines linked to migration routes
ThumbnailThe Common Cuckoos tagged and tracked by the British Trust for Ornithology have revealed two main migration routes with two different rates of survival. Link read on
Task Force adopts zero-tolerance approach to curb annual slaughter in the Mediterranean
ThumbnailGovernments throughout the Mediterranean have agreed the need for tougher penalties and stricter surveillance in order to enforce a new "zero tolerance" policy that seeks to clamp down on the annual slaughter of millions of migratory birds in the region. Link read on
More articles...
Link WWT Spoon-billed Sandpiper success trumps bad news
Link Birding abroad A morning on the Tibetan Plateau, Sichuan
Link Butterfly Conservation Attenborough warning: 'Soggy summer risk to butterflies'
Link BTO Tagging unlocks the secret lives of St Ives' gulls
Link RSPB Marsh Fritillary colony discovered on Cumbrian reserve

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