Our volunteer, David Merry, has welcomed all kinds of noisy young visitors to his garden over summer. Read all about the merry band of young birds he's had the pleasure of watching.
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Learning how to identify birds of prey (also known as raptors) can be confusing, but with so many amazing species flying, hunting and breeding in our region, it is well worth it.
While we’re jetting off to warmer climes a whole host of birds are heading straight for our shores to feed, breed and make the most of what is, for them, the perfect holiday hotspot.
Love is in the air, hormones are running high and, with the approach of spring, fascinating courtship rituals are taking place in the natural world.
They adorn festive greeting cards that are covered in snow and frost-coated berries. They are also seen all year round, so why is little robin red breast so synonymous with Christmas?
Our volunteer David Merry recently experienced the Circle of Life first-hand when a sparrowhawk landed in his garden.
There is something mysterious and magical about owls: those saucer-like eyes and that graceful, ghostly flight. Seeing one in the wild is unforgettable, so why not try to spot one?
Winter brings with it one of nature’s true spectacles: starling murmurations. But what are they, and why do these hypnotic gatherings form?
If you aren’t sure how to feed birds in your garden, what to feed them or when to feed garden birds, take a look at our handy guide.
It’s all change in the bird world. As autumn wraps us in a chilly blanket and leaves turn a fiery orange, many species leave the UK for warmer shores and are replaced by other migrants seeking…