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Sunday 26th March 2017

 
 

Most popular articles

There are 5868 articles in the BirdGuides Magazine archive. This page lists the 20 most popular articles that we have published. Articles marked Bird News Extra subscribers only are available to Bird News Extra subscribers only; to subscribe to Bird News Extra, click here.

A salutary lesson in the perils of inflation A salutary lesson in the perils of inflation
Balloons can be a menace to all sorts of wildlife; find out what you can do to help. read on read on
Bumblebee field guide app released Bumblebee field guide app released
NatureGuides brings you a new app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. read on read on
Incredible photo sequence shows weasel attack on Green Woodpecker Incredible photo sequence shows weasel attack on Green Woodpecker
Wildlife enthusiast and amateur photographer Martin Le-May captured what is arguably one of the most remarkable behavioural images ever to be taken in Britain, and one which quickly became an internet sensation. read on read on
BirdGuides News Services: a summary of features as at April 2007 BirdGuides News Services: a summary of features as at April 2007
A handy summary of what you can access on the BirdGuides website for free, and what our subscription services entitle you to. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2009 Photo of the Year 2009
We have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the fourth BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
Review Collins Bird Guide app for iPhone and iPad Review Collins Bird Guide app for iPhone and iPad
Josh Jones is thrilled by the new app version of the Collins Bird Guide, and believes it will quickly be established as the ultimate in field guide apps. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2006 – The Winner Photo of the Year 2006 – The Winner
At last we have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the inaugural BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
Should breeding Eagle Owls in the UK be encouraged? Should breeding Eagle Owls in the UK be encouraged?
This week news of a breeding pair of Eagle Owls in Yorkshire reached a wider audience following a television documentary. There are reports that up to 40 pairs may be at large in the UK, so what is the RSPB's policy on these birds? Julian Hughes of the RSPB explains. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2007 – The Winner Photo of the Year 2007 – The Winner
At last we have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the second BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
British Birds Rare birds in Britain: 50 golden years British Birds Rare birds in Britain: 50 golden years
Vote for the best rarity ever in the first round of our poll. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2008 – The Winner Photo of the Year 2008 – The Winner
We have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the third BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
British Birds Bird photography – a new code of practice British Birds Bird photography – a new code of practice
An article that appeared in the April edition of British Birds, reproduced with kind permission of the author and editor. read on read on
Astonishing photo sequence depicts Bee-eater apparently preying on bat Astonishing photo sequence depicts Bee-eater apparently preying on bat
On Friday, Israeli photographer Shuki Cheled captured an extraordinary event on the Judean plains. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2010 Photo of the Year 2010
We have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the fifth BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
Photo of the Year 2011 Photo of the Year 2011
We have a winner! Find out which image took the honours in the sixth BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition. read on read on
The BirdGuides app now on Android The BirdGuides app now on Android
The BirdGuides app is now available for Android devices, giving Android users instant access to all of our recent bird news and gallery images. Just like Bird News Extra and the iPhone app, it also allows you to set up custom bird news filters on a county, region, national and species-specific basis. It also includes a handy "nearby" function to allow easy access to the bird news in your immediate vicinity. read on read on
Eagle Owls in the Forest of Bowland Eagle Owls in the Forest of Bowland
A pair of breeding Eagle Owls at Dunsop Bridge have proved extremely popular, attracting plenty of birding and media attention. Brian Unwin discusses the occurrence. read on read on
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe - the best of 2007's world photo galleries From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe - the best of 2007's world photo galleries
Our world photo gallery contains some hidden gems; we reveal our favourites here. read on read on
BOURC Slender-billed Curlew added to Category A BOURC Slender-billed Curlew added to Category A
The BOURC has accepted the globally threatened Slender-billed Curlew onto the British List following the bird seen in Northumberland in 1998, described as "probably the most important record ever considered by the BBRC". read on read on
Focus On The Dunnock: More Interesting Than You Think! Focus On The Dunnock: More Interesting Than You Think!
The Dunnock is one of those birds that can easily go unnoticed within the garden. However, that unobtrusive exterior conceals a less than boring lifestyle. Mike Toms of the BTO sheds light on the rather hectic social life of this familiar garden bird. read on read on

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