8 April 2016
The RSPB is helping to give spawning salmon and other wildlife a home in Cumbria by restoring part of a Lake District river to its former glory.
6 April 2016
In Dundee, the top three remained the same as in 2015 with house sparrows, starlings and blackbirds tmost frequently spotted
Big changes in Perth and Kinross top three: chaffinches pipped house sparrows to first and blue tits knocked blackbirds out
In Moray, the top three were unchanged: blackbirds remained third but chaffinches knocked house sparrows off the top spot
In Fife, the top three remained the same as in 2015 with house sparrows, starlings and blackbirds most frequently spotted
In Angus, compared to 2015, house sparrows remained top with starlings second, but blue tits replaced blackbirds in third
4 April 2016
Manchester peregrines are back for their 10th anniversary in the heart of the city and continue to capture people’s attention.
In Aberdeenshire, the top three was the same as 2015 with house sparrows top, but chaffinches replaced starlings in second
In Aberdeen, the top three remained the same as in 2015 with house sparrows, blackbirds and starlings the most spotted
1 April 2016
Today sees the launch of Aberdeen’s fourth annual Dolphinwatch – a project helping people experience one of the UK's best wildlife spectacles
31 March 2016
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Mild winter boosts sightings of smaller garden birds
Long-tailed tits return to RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch top 10
The results of the RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch survey have been released today (31 March) and reveal some interesting information about our local feathered friends.
In excess of half-a-million people joined in the world’s largest garden wildlife survey turning their eyes to the garden to watch and count over eight million birds during the 37th RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch
Big Garden Birdwatch 2016 results from Londoners shows a surge in goldfinches, while starlings move out of the Capital's gardens.
Surveys of Berkshire's gardens found long-tailed tits are on the rise, while blackbirds suffered a 30% slump since 2010.
Results from this year's Big Garden Birdwatch in Surrey show long-tailed tits have doubled in a year, while blackbirds dwindle.
Across Scotland over 36,000 people joined in the world’s largest garden wildlife survey during the last weekend in January 2016.
More than 519,000 people across the UK took part in the 2016 Birdwatch including more than 9,000 from Cheshire