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The RSPB Wildlife Charity
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds' excellent website with a bird identifier, A-Z, fun facts for kids and a lot more...

List of birds of Great Britain
Comprehensive and more than just a list at Wikipedia with photos and linked pages to species as well as more general information.

British Ornithologists' Union
Founded in 1858, the BOU is one of the world’s oldest and most respected ornithological organisations with an international membership...

British Trust for Ornithology
UK charity that focuses on understanding birds and, in particular, how and why bird populations are changing.

Guide to birdwatching
Find out more about how to get the most fun and enjoyment from birdwatching with our tips and suggestions at the RSPB.

Fat Birder
An excellent resource. Of particular interest under the heading 'World Birding' leads to UK county level info for birdwatching sites and clubs.

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