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Tuesday 25th October 2016

Birding abroad Japan – spring in central Honshu
Hokkaido and the Ryukyu Islands are among the most top birding destinations in the world but what about Honshu, the populated centre of Japan? Rod Standing visited this May. Link read on
How much do you know about the UK's mammals?
The Mammal Society announces National Mammal Week 2016. Link read on
RSPB Bittern baby boom
Bittern has experienced its most successful year yet for breeding, according to an annual national survey carried out by RSPB staff and volunteers. Link read on
This week at a glance...
Latest rarities
25/10 18:36 Eastern Black Redstart E Yorks
25/10 17:59 Siberian Accentor Northumb
25/10 17:48 Desert Wheatear Norfolk
25/10 17:40 Hume's Leaf Warbler E Yorks
25/10 17:05 Hume's Leaf Warbler E Yorks
25/10 16:15 Pallid Swift Scilly
25/10 16:11 Desert Wheatear Norfolk
25/10 15:55 Pallid Swift Devon
25/10 15:10 Pine Bunting Shetland
25/10 14:36 Red-flanked Bluetail E Yorks
Latest sightings Latest sightings
Latest Weekly Newsletter
Wednesday 19th October 2016 Wednesday 19th October 2016
Photo of the Week Rosette
Photo of the WeekLink Red-breasted Flycatcher
Link Bempton Cliffs RSPB, East Yorkshire
Col Scott, 12/10/16
Link Former Photos of the Week
Link Latest pictures
Bird of the Week
Link Siberian Accentor at Easington (E Yorks)
Featured Site
Link St. Agnes, Isles of Scilly
ThumbnailReview of the Week
12–18 October
The Siberian Accentor invasion tops the bill of another truly exceptional week across Britain, Ireland and the Western Palearctic.
Link read on
ThumbnailFeatured Tours
In partnership with Birdwatch magazine and specialist tour operators, we offer an exclusive programme of birding holidays.
Link read on
Recent articles...
Pale-legged/Sakhalin Leaf Warbler on the Isles of Scilly
ThumbnailOn Friday 21 October a freshly dead Pale-legged/Sakhalin Leaf Warbler was picked up on St Agnes. Link read on
Patchwork Challenge September 2016
ThumbnailThe team reports on a great September for Patchwork Challenge contestants. Link read on
Research Berries colour flickers' shafts
ThumbnailDiet appears to cause Yellow-shafted Northern Flickers to exhibit red or orange tones in their flight feathers. Link read on
More articles...
Link Bird of the Week Siberian Accentor, Easington
Link Somerset Common Crane found shot dead
Link WWT Organisation to celebrate its 70th anniversary in November
Link Review Hummingbirds: a Life-size Guide to Every Species
Link Hawaiian Crow to be returned to the wild

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