November's Birdwatch on sale tomorrow


The November 2019 issue of Birdwatch goes on sale tomorrow [Thursday 25 October] and this month takes an in-depth look at the State of Nature 2019 report. The British Trust for Ornithology's Mike Toms takes a look at the results and what they mean for the future of our wildlife.

Also in this edition, Andy Stoddart provides all you need to know to separate Long-eared Owl and Short-eared Owl, both at rest and in flight, as the duo arrive on our shores for the winter months. Josh Jones explores the changing fortunates of another familiar winter visitor – Ring-billed Gull.

As well as this, Kent is this month's County Guide destination; gamekeepers and conservationists go head to head in The Big Debate and there's a bumper selection of finders' accounts of September megas.

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Furthermore, there'll be all the rarities, scarcities and Western Palearctic reports, topical comment from columnists Mark Avery, Dominic Mitchell, Amy-Jane Beer and Bill Oddie, reviews, news and expert advice from our knowledgeable team.

You can buy the issue from newsagents or order online with FREE UK p&p.


In the digital edition

This month's bumper digital edition includes footage of a selection of September megas, rarities and scarcities, as well as plenty more bonus content.

The digital edition is available for PC, Mac, iPhone/iPad and Android. Sample issues are free, and subscriptions or single copies can be purchased. Click here to find out more.