Birdwatch - September 2023

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Leach’s Storm Petrel, east-coast seawatching, American waders and Wryneck all feature in September’s Birdwatch, out now!

On Sale: 24/08/2023

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East coast seabird extravaganza
A day seawatching on the North Sea coast can bring a rich variety of passage species, as Mark Newsome explains.

Living life on the edge
Leach’s Storm Petrel breeds at remote outposts in Britain – but its population here is in trouble, writes Zoe Deakin.

Field ID notes: American calidrids
With the arrival of September comes the anticipation of shorebirds reaching Europe from Arctic Canada. Josh Jones runs through some of the possibilities.

September snakebird
This month is the best time to encounter Wryneck in Britain. Ed Stubbs takes a closer look at this captivating member of the woodpecker family.

Paradise parched
As northern Europe feasts on Huelva province’s ‘drought strawberries’, Spain’s iconic Doñana National Park is dying of thirst. Niki Williamson reports.

Bringing back Bali Myna
David Callahan discusses the chequered history of a Critically Endangered Indonesian songbird.

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