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Rare sighting of Bohemian Waxwings in Roath

On Saturday, Roath saw an extremely rare phenomenon in the world of birds.  A flock of waxwings (or more correctly, according to the website New Ze...

Birdsong celebrated on early morning walk in Lichfield’s Beacon Park

Birdsong will provide the soundtrack for a dawn walk in Lichfield. To celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day, Lichfield District Council’s p...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Still time to build a Spotted Flycatcher nest box

It’s not too late…if you're quick…..to build a nest box for the Spotted Flycatcher. They will be arriving back from Africa into Ryedale this week a...

Work begins to control scrubland at Chasewater Country Park

Work is being carried out to control an increase in scrubland on an important site for birds at Chasewater Country Park. The site at Norton Bog is ...

Bird Sanctuaries

These are the bird sanctuaries that are reasonably local of which we are aware.  If you know of more, please let us know.  Click on each name t...

Pix: Egyptian Vultures

Pic Katielee Arrowsmith/Deadline News Egyptian Vultures wing their way to Edinburgh Zoo. They may not be cute and cuddly, there is no denying that ...

Exotic Birds

Edinburgh Zoo’s newest attraction takes flight as an exhibition of some of the world’s rarest and most beautiful birds officially opens...

Parakeet Alert! Map_icon

Scrumping apples from the tree outside! Not going to win any awards for photography, but you get the idea.. See the incorrectly titled older post T...

Pix: Osprey Chicks Ringed

Pic Katielee Arrowsmith/Deadline News Three Osprey chicks are ringed to allow their progress to be tracked over their lifetime and migration. The T...

Guest blog: Welcoming the terns back to the Forth

Colin Brown, of Dudley Gardens, took a walk around Western Harbour after the recent storms, and was kind enough to share his thoughts with us. We'r...

Nine eggs in Stone bluetit birdcam box!

NINE bluetit eggs have been laid in Stone’s special birdcam box that has been set up in a garden on the Aston Lodge estate. Wildlife lovers h...

Bird expert to lead Lichfield dawn chorus walk

Bird expert Bob Russon will be leading an early morning walk to celebrate International Dawn Chorus Day. The walk will set off from Bunkers Hill ca...

Birdwatching in your borough: London comes alive with birdsong

Every year in spring, London comes alive with birdsong. A remarkable range of birds call the city home. Gardens, parks and green spaces up and down...

Big Garden Birdwatch: Edinburgh Results

  Big Garden Birdwatch 2011 TV ad from The RSPB on Vimeo.   At the end of January 2011, over 600,000 people spent an hour watching and re...

Lichfield rangers work allows wildlife to thrive on Stowe Pool

Park rangers having been taking to the water in Lichfield to ensure wildfowl will continue to thrive. Stowe Pool’s four floating islands were...

Introducing Nature’s Calendar

It’s spring, a time for cleaning, new life and audio awakenings. This weekend we record the first of our monthly nature’s calendar podc...

Leith Birds: More Water of Leith birds.

Juliet Wilson continues her series of blog posts about birds you might see along the Water of Leith. You can read previous posts by Juliet Wilson o...

Loving Nature on Nature's Terms: When birds go bad (and the nature of love)

Blackbird singing in the dead of night… MORNING HAS NOT BROKEN, but your wings soon will be.  I’m ashamed to admit these are my t...

Bounty for Birds

A Bounty for Birds Sunday 6th February We are near Valentines Day and the... ...

The RSPB BGBW 4: Doing it in Victoria Park

This is part 4 of a four part special celebrating the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2011. On Saturday 29th January, Fat balls hung in the thousands, nu...

The RSPB BGBW 3: How birds open doors

This is part 3 of a four part special celebrating the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2011. The good news is bird watching is quickly becoming one of the...

Join Big Garden Birdwatch weekend 2011

Yep, it’s that time of year again and it’s this weekend. One of the favourite winter pastimes in the UK – the Big Garden Birdwatc...

The RSPB BGBW 2: Birds, the universal unifier

'The Birds Flew by' Etching by Rachel Everitt This is part 2 of a four part special celebrating the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2011. Following on fr...

#RSPB #BGBW 1: Give garden birds a go

Part 1 of a four part series celebrating the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2011. 'The Birds Flew By' Etching by Rachel Everitt (Leith based Artist) On ...

Leith Birds: Ducks

This is the 3rd post in a series of guest blog posts about birds you might see on the Water of Leith by Juliet Wilson. There are several different ...

Leith Birds: Gulls

This is the 2nd in a series of guest posts on birds you might see in Leith by Juliet Wilson Gulls in Leith Most people are familiar with gulls, the...

Plea to look out for wildlife this winter

Robin on a bird feeder. Image courtesy Lancashire Environment Record NetworkNature lovers are being asked to capture the wildlife in Lancashire’s...

Feeding birds during winter

The sudden onset of winter and the snow and ice has been a surprise to all of us. But spare a thought to all our birds, they will need some help du...

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