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Canlyniadau Gwylio Adar yr Ardd RSPB Cymru

On March 31, 2016, Posted by , in #nature, With No Comments

Canlyniadau Gwylio Adar yr Ardd RSPB Cymru Gaeaf mwyn yn hybu gweld adar bach yr ardd Source: RSPB News

RSPB Cymru's Big Garden Birdwatch results

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RSPB Cymru's Big Garden Birdwatch results Mild winter boosts sightings of smaller garden birds Source: RSPB News

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results: Mild winter boosts sightings of smaller garden birds

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RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results: Mild winter boosts sightings of smaller garden birds Long-tailed tits return to RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch top 10 Source: RSPB News

Starlings are top of the tree in NI wildlife survey

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Starlings are top of the tree in NI wildlife survey The results of the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch survey have been released today (31 March) and reveal some interesting information about our local feathered friends. Source: RSPB News

Surrey's Big Garden Birdwatch results published

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Surrey's Big Garden Birdwatch results published Results from this year’s Big Garden Birdwatch in Surrey show long-tailed tits have doubled in a year, while blackbirds dwindle. Source: RSPB News

Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results for Berkshire

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Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results for Berkshire Surveys of Berkshire’s gardens found long-tailed tits are on the rise, while blackbirds suffered a 30% slump since 2010. Source: RSPB News

London's Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results

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London's Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results from Londoners shows a surge in goldfinches, while starlings move out of the Capital’s gardens. Source: RSPB News

Our Cuckoos are ready to cross the Sahara!

On March 30, 2016, Posted by , in #nature, With No Comments

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Turtle Dove Migration

On March 25, 2016, Posted by , in Uncategorized, With No Comments

The Turtle Dove is Britain’s only migratory dove, arriving on the breeding grounds in late April/early May, departing back to the non-breeding areas in arid sub-Saharan West Africa in late August/early September. With two-thirds of its annual cycle spent away from the breeding areas, it is important that we also…

When Turtle Doves Visit the UK

On March 25, 2016, Posted by , in Uncategorized, With No Comments

Turtle doves are summer visitors the UK, and are mainly found in England. These birds are more often heard than seen, and their distinctive, gentle, purring song has long been a characteristic sound of summer. The name ‘turtle dove’ is not a reference to the tortoiseshell patterning on their plumage,…