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Sun 26/02/17  New content  
British Barn Owls struggle to adapt to modern life
British Barn Owls struggle to adapt to modern life
A nest site survey indicates the factors that wiped out 70 per cent of Barn Owls in the 20th Century still impact the species today.  read on read on
Sat 25/02/17  New content  
Focus On: Smew: of white nuns and redheads
Focus On Smew: of white nuns and redheads
David Campbell takes a look at the enthralling history of Smew, one of the world's most beautiful ducks, in Britain.  read on read on
Fri 24/02/17  New content  
Internationally important numbers of Sociable Lapwings found in Pakistan
Internationally important numbers of Sociable Lapwings found in Pakistan
Satellite-tagging has enabled researchers to discover potentially important wintering grounds for the Critically Endangered Sociable Lapwing.  read on read on
Thu 23/02/17  New content  
A program to protect Asia's songbirds
A program to protect Asia's songbirds
Experts from wildlife conservation and research organisations have devised a comprehensive strategy to protect Asia's songbirds from the impacts of excessive trapping for the cage bird trade.  read on read on
Wed 22/02/17  New content  
Twelve-year action plan to save vultures
Twelve-year action plan to save vultures
Some 43 experts from 22 countries have met in Toledo, Spain, to draw up a strategy to save the world's heavily threatened vulture species.  read on read on
Wed 22/02/17  New content  
Review of the Week: 15-21 February
Review of the Week 15–21 February
A mild week produced a new Pacific Diver while the Bluethroat continued to draw large crowds.  read on read on
Wed 22/02/17  New content  
Photo of the Week: 15-21 February
Photo of the Week 15–21 February
Peter Menear's Photo of the Week reminds us that spring is on the way ...  read on read on
Tue 21/02/17  New content  
Review: Carmarthenshire Birds 2015
Review Carmarthenshire Birds 2015
Steve Holliday takes a look at a high-quality offering from Carmarthenshire Bird Club.  read on read on
Mon 20/02/17
House of Lords report highlights environmental impact of Brexit
House of Lords report highlights environmental impact of Brexit
The House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has published a report recommending key actions to ensure environmental protections are not eroded as a result of Brexit.  read on read on
Sun 19/02/17
Research: Climate change could deliver final blow for threatened species
Research Climate change could deliver final blow for threatened species
A new study suggests that a quarter of threatened birds are already being negatively impacted by climate change and questions whether such adjustments could be the tipping point.  read on read on
Sat 18/02/17
Research: Monitoring birds by drone
Research Monitoring birds by drone
Forget delivering packages or taking aerial photographs — drones can even count small birds!  read on read on
Sat 18/02/17
EBBA2 - help required to fill data gaps
EBBA2 — help required to fill data gaps
The European Bird Census Council is appealing to birders across the region to help fill in the gaps for the forthcoming European Breeding Bird Atlas (EBBA2).  read on read on
Thu 16/02/17
Butterfly Conservation: Urban butterflies in sharp decline
Butterfly Conservation Urban butterflies in sharp decline
A new study has found that butterfly species are declining more rapidly in urban areas than in the countryside.  read on read on
Wed 15/02/17
Review of the Week: 8-14 February
Review of the Week 8–14 February
A confiding Bluethroat drew large crowds to Lincolnshire and a Siberian Accentor was on private land in Highland.  read on read on
Wed 15/02/17
Photo of the Week: 8-14 February
Photo of the Week 8–14 February
Martin Jump's reflective Blue Tit wins this week's award.  read on read on
Wed 15/02/17
Bird of the Week: Bluethroat, Lincolnshire
Bird of the Week Bluethroat, Lincolnshire
A genuine mid-winter surprise, the extremely confiding Bluethroat in Lincolnshire is our Bird of the Week.  read on read on
Wed 15/02/17
Champions of the Flyway: Please help us to raise funds to protect migrant birds
Champions of the Flyway Please help us to raise funds to protect migrant birds
Please help this year's Birdwatch-BirdGuides team to fund the fight against illegal bird-killing in Turkey.  read on read on
Tue 14/02/17
Research: Has Red-tailed Hawks' migratory behaviour altered due to climate change?
Research Has Red-tailed Hawks' migratory behaviour altered due to climate change?
'Citizen science' data from across its annual migration cycle has shown that the behaviour of Red-tailed Hawk in North America has undergone shifts that may be tied to climate change.  read on read on
Mon 13/02/17
European Commission takes Malta to court over illegal finch trapping
European Commission takes Malta to court over illegal finch trapping
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) is to hear the case against Malta over illegal finch trapping on Wednesday 15 February.  read on read on
Sun 12/02/17
Research: Australia - birthplace of the modern bird nest
Research Australia — birthplace of the modern bird nest
New research has cited Australia as the birthplace of the most common bird nest structure found worldwide today, and that these nests may be the key to many species' success.  read on read on

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