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Sat 27/05/17  New content  
RSPB: Keep garden birds well-watered this weekend
RSPB Keep garden birds well-watered this weekend
With temperatures set to soar this bank holiday weekend and fears that Britain could face a widespread drought this summer, the RSPB is asking people to help birds by making water available in gardens.  read on read on
Fri 26/05/17  New content  
BTO: British House Martins are late back to breeding sites
BTO British House Martins are late back to breeding sites
Recent BirdTrack records suggest that House Martins were less widely reported during early May than they have been historically, despite a normal pattern of arrival having occurred during April.  read on read on
Thu 25/05/17  New content  
Rarity finders: Spectacled Warbler at Portland
Rarity finders Spectacled Warbler at Portland
Andy Davidson recounts a memorable afternoon at Portland Bill where, among a fall of migrants, he found Britain's ninth Spectacled Warbler.  read on read on
Wed 24/05/17  New content  
Review of the Week: 17-23 May
Review of the Week 17–23 May
In a quiet week at home, British and Irish birders were green with envy as the week's best birds appeared on the continent.  read on read on
Wed 24/05/17  New content  
Photo of the Week: 17-23 May
Photo of the Week 17–23 May
Russell Hayes' shot of a flying Common Cuckoo wins this week's award.  read on read on
Wed 24/05/17  New content  
Celebrate Birdwatch's 300th issue – on sale 25 May!
Celebrate Birdwatch's 300th issue – on sale 25 May!
Join in the celebrations as your favourite birding magazine passes the major milestone of its 300th edition.  read on read on
Wed 24/05/17  New content  
Cattle Egrets breeding in Cheshire
Cattle Egrets breeding in Cheshire
The RSPB has announced that Cattle Egrets are breeding at one of its reserves in Cheshire.  read on read on
Tue 23/05/17  New content  
Madagascar promises to protect world's rarest duck on Ramsar wetland
Madagascar promises to protect world's rarest duck on Ramsar wetland
Madagascar Pochard has a rosier future after the country's government pledged to protect the wetland earmarked as its new home.  read on read on
Mon 22/05/17
Review: Birding in the Bristol Region: a Celebration
Review Birding in the Bristol Region: a Celebration
Steve Holliday finds this half-century celebration of Bristol birding a delight to read.  read on read on
Mon 22/05/17
Research: Swamphens signal dominance with fleshy faces
Research Swamphens signal dominance with fleshy faces
What's in a face? In addition to their plumage, Australasian Swamphens convey information about their status through their faces.  read on read on
Sun 21/05/17
RSPB: Court gives go-ahead to massive windfarm scheme despite RSPB protests
RSPB Court gives go-ahead to massive windfarm scheme despite RSPB protests
A £10-billion offshore renewable energy development on the Firths of Forth and Tay has been allowed to proceed after a court ruling.  read on read on
Sat 20/05/17
Research: Male birds adjust courtship behaviour based on social context
Research Male birds adjust courtship behaviour based on social context
A new study, published in The Auk: Ornithological Advances, explores how male Dark-eyed Juncos adjust their courtship behaviour to their social landscape.  read on read on
Fri 19/05/17
BOU: Siberian Accentor added to BOU's British list
BOU Siberian Accentor added to BOU's British list
The unprecedented influx of Siberian Accentors into western Europe last autumn has now resulted in the species being added to the British list, via the first for Britain on Shetland.  read on read on
Thu 18/05/17
Global Big Day sets new world record
Global Big Day sets new world record
Cornell Lab of Ornithology has revealed that its third annual Global Big Day, which took place on 13 May, has eclipsed all previous records.  read on read on
Wed 17/05/17
Review of the Week: 10-16 May
Review of the Week 10–16 May
A very decent week included highlights such as Black-browed Albatross, Baltimore Oriole and the lingering Red-winged Blackbird.  read on read on
Wed 17/05/17
Photo of the Week: 10-16 May
Photo of the Week 10–16 May
Jackie Moreton's grappling Common Terns impressed our Photo of the Week adjudicator this week.  read on read on
Wed 17/05/17
Bird Race Challenge 2017
Bird Race Challenge 2017
Nina Seale of the World Land Trust describes a day of competitive listing in East Anglia for The Bird Race Challenge.  read on read on
Tue 16/05/17
Rarity finders: Black-browed Albatross at Bempton Cliffs
Rarity finders Black-browed Albatross at Bempton Cliffs
Twelve-year-old Joe Fryer demonstrated great nous to find and identify a Black-browed Albatross at the famous Yorkshire reserve of Bempton Cliffs.  read on read on
Tue 16/05/17
Research: Geolocators reveal Connecticut Warblers' amazing migration
Research Geolocators reveal Connecticut Warblers' amazing migration
A new study has revealed the monumental transoceanic feats of Connecticut Warblers during autumn migration.  read on read on
Mon 15/05/17
RSPB: Tagged European Turtle Dove returns to Essex
RSPB Tagged European Turtle Dove returns to Essex
An East Anglian European Turtle Dove has become only the second individual to have its migratory route mapped from the UK to West Africa and back.  read on read on

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