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Thu 23/03/17  New content  
Research: Breeding swallows switch hemispheres
Research Breeding swallows switch hemispheres
A new study has found that North American Barn Swallows are now proliferating in Argentina, having altered their entire annual cycle.  read on read on
Thu 23/03/17  New content  
Night Parrot rediscovered in Western Australia
Night Parrot rediscovered in Western Australia
Four Australian birders have documented the first verified sighting of Night Parrot in Western Australia in over 100 years.  read on read on
Wed 22/03/17  New content  
Rarity finders: Baillon's Crake in Cornwall
Rarity finders Baillon's Crake in Cornwall
One of the only birds Alice Davey saw during a morning at a West Cornwall beach proved to be a mega-rare crake.  read on read on
Wed 22/03/17  New content  
Review of the Week: 15-21 March
Review of the Week 15–21 March
A Black-throated Thrush aside, major rarity news this week concerned the departures of old favourites rather than the arrival of new waifs.  read on read on
Wed 22/03/17  New content  
Photo of the Week: 15-21 March
Photo of the Week 15–21 March
John's Barlow's endearing image, capturing the essence of spring, earns him the step up from Notable to Photo of the Week.  read on read on
Tue 21/03/17  New content  
Madagascan birds get huge Birdfair conservation boost
Madagascan birds get huge Birdfair conservation boost
A record-breaking cheque has been presented by Birdfair to BirdLife International to help fund vital conservation work in Madagascar and Africa.  read on read on
Mon 20/03/17  New content  
Attempted predation of a Northern Wheatear by an Isabelline Shrike
Attempted predation of a Northern Wheatear by an Isabelline Shrike
Howard King tells the story behind a remarkable series of images obtained in Bahrain earlier in March.  read on read on
Mon 20/03/17  New content  
American wildlife system to suffer massive budget cuts
American wildlife system to suffer massive budget cuts
Just days after the US Refuge System celebrated its 114th birthday, the Trump Administration has announced dramatic and damaging cuts to conservation programs.  read on read on
Sun 19/03/17
RSPB: Puffins set to benefit from Heritage Lottery Fund grant
RSPB Puffins set to benefit from Heritage Lottery Fund grant
An RSPB Scotland project to aid conservation efforts for Puffins has been awarded £49,800 by the Heritage Lottery Fund.  read on read on
Fri 17/03/17
Large Blue killer convicted
Large Blue killer convicted
A 57-year-old man has been found guilty of illegally catching and killing Britain's rarest butterfly.  read on read on
Fri 17/03/17
Review: Beddington Farmlands Bird and Wildlife Report 2015
Review Beddington Farmlands Bird and Wildlife Report 2015
Steve Holliday looks at an impressively detailed report for this well-known south London site.  read on read on
Thu 16/03/17
More than 800,000 birds illegally killed on British military base in Cyprus
More than 800,000 birds illegally killed on British military base in Cyprus
Illegal bird trapping activity was at its highest level on British Territory in Cyprus in 2016 since monitoring began.  read on read on
Wed 15/03/17
Research: Royal revelations
Research Royal revelations
Scientists and conservationists have confirmed the existence of a 'new' species of tern.  read on read on
Wed 15/03/17
Review of the Week: 8-14 March
Review of the Week 8–14 March
A week of fine spring weather for many saw common migrants arriving in number, bringing a scattering of rarities with them.  read on read on
Wed 15/03/17
Photo of the Week: 8-14 March
Photo of the Week 8–14 March
A action-packed shot of squabbling Red Kites wins this week's award.  read on read on
Tue 14/03/17
Research: Slender chance of curlew rediscovery
Research Slender chance of curlew rediscovery
Slender-billed Curlew has been considered extinct since the turn of the century, but stable isotope analysis has revealed that conservationists may have been searching in the wrong places for breeding sites.  read on read on
Mon 13/03/17
Rarity finders: Glaucous-winged Gull on Fair Isle
Rarity finders Glaucous-winged Gull on Fair Isle
A striking Larus found by Fair Isle warden David Parnaby turned out to be Britain's third Glaucous-winged Gull.  read on read on
Sun 12/03/17
Pan-European project to investigate Red Admiral migration
Pan-European project to investigate Red Admiral migration
A Europe-wide project, studying one of the region's most familiar butterflies, needs your sightings this summer.  read on read on
Sat 11/03/17
In the right place at the wrong time
In the right place at the wrong time
Graham Gordon was left tearing his hair out as a frustrating autumn 2016 culminated with a dead 'first' within striking distance of his home.  read on read on
Fri 10/03/17
Research: Two undescribed bird species discovered in South Kalimantan
Research Two undescribed bird species discovered in South Kalimantan
Two previously undescribed bird species have been discovered on the island of Borneo.  read on read on

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