Post Tagged with: "birds"

Super Fast Falcons

We are delighted to be supporting the St Albans Abbey’s first ever Peregrine Live Cam ! After their first breeding season last year, the peregrine falcon pair, Alban and Boudica, timed their first egg perfectly, laying on the first day of the camera going live to the public. Born and […]

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Preparing for Spring Nesting

As the days begin to lengthen and the earth begins to stir from its winter stupor, my mind is turning to preparing for the Spring nesting season. As early as December, I am prepping and building nest boxes and cameras, as I live stream these nest boxes on my website […]

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Your Birding Patch

In this guest blog, London Wildlife Trust Conservation Officer Peter Salter writes about what a birding patch is and how to find yours! Over the years, birding has advanced; from shooting and egg collecting in the 1800s, to the invention of binoculars that enabled birders to observe birds from a […]

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The Urban Birder in Costa Rica

I must the only birder on the planet to have turned down the opportunity to visit this ecological paradise not once, not even twice but FIVE times! You may think that I needed my head tested. Perhaps you are right. But I am a principled man. My previous invitations invariably […]

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