Monthly Archives: April 2011


The Dartford Warbler (Sylvia undata) is one of the UK’s most charismatic birds. The lowland heathlands of Southern England, where the UK’s population of Dartford Warblers can typically be found,  are on the northern edge of the range of what is essentially a … Continue reading

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The RSPB’s nature reserve at Bempton Cliffs, on the East Yorkshire coast, is home each Summer to one of the UK’s largest seabird colonies. With some 200,000 birds nesting on spectacular chalk cliffs that rise several hundred metres above the sea, the cliffs are one of … Continue reading

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