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- Have a nature-friendly bonfire night, says the RSPB 1st November 2017The RSPB is encouraging everyone to remember wildlife when planning bonfires and firework displays this weekend.
- Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham opens a new centre for volunteering and research and finds out about the work of the Peatlands Partnership 8th August 2017New research centre will help scientists discover the secrets of the Flow Country
- RSPB appeal for help naming 100,000 knot on Norfolk nature reserve 27th July 2017The RSPB is calling on the public to 'Name a Knot' to support their Snettisham Hide crowdfunding appeal
- Understanding competition between colonies helps to protect seabirds 16th July 2020High levels of inter-colony competition can lead to segregation of foraging areas. The post Understanding competition between colonies helps to protect seabirds appeared first on British Ornithologists' Union.
- Dear enemies or nasty neighbours? Same difference 13th July 2020How do male Hawaii 'Elepaio respond to conspecific playbacks from different habitat fragments? The post Dear enemies or nasty neighbours? Same difference appeared first on British Ornithologists' Union.
- Conservation discriminates 9th July 2020Ornithology needs diversity The post Conservation discriminates appeared first on British Ornithologists' Union.
- Peer-reviewed articles in British Birds 19th May 2020Each month British Birds publishes a range of peer-reviewed articles, each giving a detailed account of its subject, with the necessary page space allocated to allow for really in-depth coverage. Subjects covered... The post Peer-reviewed articles in British Birds appeared first on British Birds.
- My patch – northeast Hampshire 19th May 2020By Josie Hewitt Inland Hampshire does not immediately spring to mind as a prime birding location, but that’s the thing about patch birding: it doesn’t matter. For me, patch birding is the... The post My patch – northeast Hampshire appeared first on British Birds.
- Conservation in Action: BBCT helps Britain’s terns 17th March 2020The National Trust’s Blakeney Point, on the north Norfolk coast, is famous for its breeding terns in summer and Atlantic Grey Seals in winter. Unfortunately, the number of undisturbed places where terns... The post Conservation in Action: BBCT helps Britain’s terns appeared first on British Birds.