Wildflowers on farmland could be key in reversing swallow declines

Posted 4th October 2018 - New study highlights potential lifeline for declining swallow numbersRead more

Winter declines noted in Scottish waders

Posted 2nd October 2018 - Climate change believed to be a major factor for an all-time low in numbersRead more

Bittern numbers reach record high

Posted 27th September 2018 - Latest results show dramatic recovery in numbersRead more

Farmers help Somerset’s special bird species buck the trend

Posted 21st September 2018 - Curlew numbers thriving in SomersetRead more

Stork's tracking device clocks up 20 hours of calls

Posted 20th September 2018 - Polish environmental charity receives mysterious mobile phone billRead more

Garden bird seed linked with deaths of critically endangered British doves

Posted 17th September 2018 - New study links malnourishment in turtle dove chicks with garden bird seedRead more

New tower and calling system aims to attract migratory birds as UK numbers dip

Posted 7th Sep 2018 - Wetlands reserve providing a safe haven for swiftsRead more

Burlier birds get the worm!

Posted 6th September 2018 - Recent survey shows smaller birds losing out at feeding timesRead more

New Zealand council proposes banning all cats

Posted 2nd September 2018 - Local council's controversial 'pest plan'Read more

Return of strip-field farming creates haven for rare species in south Wales

Posted 31st August 2018 - National Trust trial of 13th century method used until 1940s transforms stretch of Gower peninsula coastRead more

Black-tailed Godwits enjoy successful nesting season

Posted 30th August 2018 - Bumper breeding season for East Anglia following Project GodwitRead more

Traffic noise may make birds age more quickly, study finds

Posted 29th August 2018 - High levels of artificial noise blamed for shortening lifespans of wild birdsRead more