Birds are beginning to nest, and not all of them in trees. Many birds nest on the ground and it’s really important to avoid disturbing them. We’re here to help you learn more about ground nesting-…
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The UK’s wading birds are some of the hardest species to tell apart, but never fear! We’re here to help you out with some pointers.
As swallows and warblers leave our shores and a heavy winter silence seems to descend, a great migration brings hope - the wonderful winter spectacle of redwings.
A new set of Wild Guides have been published by Princeton Press. I will be reviewing the new guides this week. Our final guide is Britain’s Birds
Jo Humphreys talks us through her morning listening to one of nature's most beautiful symphonies, the dawn chorus.
Sparrows are some of our most familiar birds, but their lives aren't as 'everyday' as they might seem, as our volunteer David Merry explains.
Winter is a wonderful time to see wildlife, particularly for fans of our feathered friends. Our lakes, rivers, reservoirs and coasts are a winter home for an estimated 2.1 million ducks!
Winter in the North West is anything but lifeless, especially where birdlife is concerned. From flashy thrushes to peeping and piping waders, our winter birds are certainly blessed with northern…
Our volunteer, David Merry, has a special place in his heart for starlings. Read all about why he thinks these beautiful birds need more recognition.
Do you know your murders from your charms; your whisps from your crowns? Take our collective noun quiz and see if you can match each collective noun with the wildlife!