'Land sparing' on farms could revitalise UK bird populations, study says

Posted 16th January 2019 - Claim that more intensive farming would allow rewilding of greater areas of countrysideRead more

Key Common Nightingale site a step closer to being saved

Posted 8th Jan 2019 - Campaigning results in scaling back of development in protected areaRead more

Robin Hushed

Posted 22nd December 2018 - Wind turbines are making songbirds change their tuneRead more

Nature officials grant licences to shoot some of Britain’s most endangered birds

Posted 18th December 2018 - Upset as hundreds of licenses grantedRead more

The Big Farmland Bird Count is back

Posted 11th December 2018 - Nationwide citizen science project returns for the sixth successive yearRead more

Nature-friendly farmers aid wildlife recoveries

Posted 30th November 2018 - A new report shows the benefits of tailor-made farm wildlife plans for endangered birds and wildlifeRead more

Keeper of the Call

Posted 29th November 2018 - Short documentary about the iconic curlewRead more

Stunning painting raises £625 for threatened curlew

Posted 21st November 2018 - GWCT-organised event auctions painting to raise funds for curlew projectRead more

'Triple hybrid' warbler is new to science

Posted 15th November 2018 - First three-species hybrid bird found in U.SRead more

Bird populations decrease in areas adjacent to wind turbines

Posted 31st October 2018 - New study in Ireland shows the effect of wind turbines for birdsRead more

Dinosaur fossil may be a whole new species of the first birds

Posted 30th October 2018 - A new species of Archaeopteryx, the famous “first bird”, has been identified.Read more

‘Macho’ male birds more likely to settle down and find a mate

Posted 22nd October 2018 - New study shows how personalities affect the mating success amongst great titsRead more