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Thursday 18th September 2014

 
 
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RSPB Montagu's Harrier tagged on TV is missing in action
A female Montagu's Harrier, shown being fitted with a satellite tracking device on the BBC's The One Show, has vanished in Norfolk under unexplained circumstances. Link read on
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Australia's Natural North and South Wetland wonders at Australia's Top and Bottom Ends
The latest in our series of articles about South Australian wildlife, by award-winning wildlife writer Mike Unwin. Link read on
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Beddington incinerator decision imminent
The High Court is due to decide whether it's the end of the road for a campaign aiming to stop an incinerator being built on the London wildlife hot-spot in early October. Link read on
 
This week at a glance...
Latest rarities
17/09 18:32 Isabelline Shrike Orkney
17/09 17:13 Snowy Owl Highland
17/09 14:34 Western Bonelli's Warbler Cornwall
17/09 13:37 Lesser Yellowlegs Pembrokes
17/09 11:39 Lesser Yellowlegs Hants
17/09 11:05 Pallid Harrier Shetland
17/09 10:39 Rustic Bunting N Yorks
17/09 10:18 Forster's Tern Louth
17/09 09:42 Rustic Bunting Northumbs
16/09 21:00 Bonaparte's Gull Dublin
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Wednesday 17th September 2014 Wednesday 17th September 2014

Photo of the Week Rosette
Photo of the WeekLink Starling
Link Bann Estuary, Londonderry
Ian Dickey, 05/09/14
Link Former Photos of the Week
Link Latest pictures
Bird of the Week
Link Red-breasted Flycatcher at Flamborough Head (E Yorks)
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Link Ouse Washes RSPB, Cambridgeshire
ThumbnailReview of the Week 10–16 September
Continuing high pressure to the east equated to further migrants on the east coast. Link read on
 
Recent articles...
Butterfly Conservation Small Tortoiseshell fights back
ThumbnailResults from the Big Butterfly Count suggest it's been a second strong year for Small Tortoiseshell. Link read on
Climate change threatens 314 North American bird species
ThumbnailClimate change threatens nearly half the bird species in the continental United States and Canada, according to a new study published by National Audubon Society. Link read on
 
Hen Harriers breed in Peak District for first time in eight years
ThumbnailIt has been announced that five Hen Harrier chicks were raised on National Trust land in the Upper Derwent Valley, Derbyshire, this summer, though three later died. Link read on
More articles...
Link BOU Alder Flycatcher added to British List
Link Watching the waves: history's great seawatches
Link Farne Islands seabird breeding report 2014
Link BirdLife 'Vultures in Africa and Europe could face extinction within our lifetime'
Link Photographing Scottish Highland specialities Ptarmigan in winter

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