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Mon 16/01/17  New content  
Patchwork Challenge: 2016 - the winners!
Patchwork Challenge 2016 — the winners!
The team reports on the results from Patchwork Challenge 2016.  read on read on
Sun 15/01/17  New content  
Birding abroad: Ohio in spring - warbler central
Birding abroad Ohio in spring — warbler central
Hot-spots don't get much hotter than north-west Ohio in spring — and at the region's prime location of Magee Marsh, May is positively meltdown time. Dominic Mitchell visits North America's premier birding festival, The Biggest Week, to experience the Magee phenomenon first hand.  read on read on
Sat 14/01/17  New content  
British Dragonfly Society: Climate change brings new dragonflies to the UK
British Dragonfly Society Climate change brings new dragonflies to the UK
Since 1995, no fewer than 11 species of dragonfly or damselfly have been recorded from Britain either for the first time ever, or again after a long period of absence.  read on read on
Fri 13/01/17  New content  
BirdLife: Critically Endangered tern found breeding on Korean peninsula
BirdLife Critically Endangered tern found breeding on Korean peninsula
Asia's rarest seabird has been discovered breeding on the Korean peninsula, BirdLife International has revealed.  read on read on
Thu 12/01/17  New content  
Research: Sandpiper wanders thousands of miles in pursuit of sex
Research Sandpiper wanders thousands of miles in pursuit of sex
Male Pectoral Sandpipers have been recorded travelling as far as 8,000 miles in just a single summer month in order to have sex with as many females as possible.  read on read on
Thu 12/01/17  New content  
Red Kites generate millions for economy
Red Kites generate millions for economy
A new report has found that tourists spend £8.2 million in Dumfries and Galloway after travelling to see Red Kites.  read on read on
Wed 11/01/17  New content  
Review of the Week: 4-10 January
Review of the Week 4–10 January
Another busy week with plenty of lingering rarities and an influx of white-winged gulls on the cards.  read on read on
Wed 11/01/17  New content  
Photo of the Week: 4-10 January
Photo of the Week 4–10 January
Roy Rimmer's Mistle Thrush kicks off 2017 in style.  read on read on
Wed 11/01/17  New content  
Photo of the Year: 2016
Photo of the Year 2016
It's the 11th annual BirdGuides Photo of the Year competition, but this time things are different — we're giving you the opportunity to vote for your favourite image!  read on read on
Tue 10/01/17
Colour-ringed Waxwing wanderings - early January update
Colour-ringed Waxwing wanderings — early January update
Raymond Duncan has the latest update on sightings of colour-ringed Waxwings across Britain.  read on read on
Tue 10/01/17
Catching up with a record-breaker: an interview with Arjan Dwarshuis
Catching up with a record-breaker: an interview with Arjan Dwarshuis
After a successful 2016 spent smashing the world year-list record with a total of 6,833 species, Dutch birder Arjan Dwarshuis is back in his native Amsterdam — and we caught up with him for a chat about the mother of all birding years.  read on read on
Mon 09/01/17
Rarity finders: Pine Bunting in Shropshire
Rarity finders Pine Bunting in Shropshire
Simon Davies braved the rain on New Year's Day to find a Shropshire first.  read on read on
Mon 09/01/17
Rarity finders: Blue Rock Thrush in Gloucestershire
Rarity finders Blue Rock Thrush in Gloucestershire
Bridget Jennings had noticed the unusual thrush-like bird in her garden for some time, but it took her internet-savvy son to figure out what it was.  read on read on
Sun 08/01/17
Review of the Year: 2016
Review of the Year 2016
David Campbell recalls the myriad highlights of what was an extraordinary year for not just rarities but for birding in general.  read on read on
Fri 06/01/17
Research: DNA analysis of bluebird faeces reveals benefits for vineyards
Research DNA analysis of bluebird faeces reveals benefits for vineyards
DNA techniques have shown that Western Bluebirds nesting in California's vineyards help grape growers by eating agricultural pests.  read on read on
Thu 05/01/17
BTO: Blue Tits missing from gardens after washout summer
BTO Blue Tits missing from gardens after washout summer
The latest figures from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) show that Blue Tit numbers are down, probably due to the unusually wet summer.  read on read on
Wed 04/01/17
RSPB: Schoolchildren set to survey Britain's birds
RSPB Schoolchildren set to survey Britain's birds
Tens of thousands of schoolchildren across Britain will be swapping books for binoculars this term to take part in the RSPB’s Big Schools' Birdwatch.  read on read on
Wed 04/01/17
Review of the Week: 21 December - 3 January
Review of the Week 21 December – 3 January
Blue Rock Thrush and Pine Bunting ensured the rich run of rare vagrants continued in to the New Year.  read on read on
Wed 04/01/17
Photo of the Week: 28 December - 3 January
Photo of the Week 28 December – 3 January
Col Scott's flying Woodcock is our final Photo of the Week of 2016.  read on read on
Tue 03/01/17
Photo of the Week: 21-27 December
Photo of the Week 21–27 December
An innovative shot of the humble Robin wins Roy Rimmer our penultimate Photo of the Week of 2016.  read on read on

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