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A second year of birding in Norfolk (and Suffolk) – 2021

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What a privilege it is to be able to spend a second year based at the UK office of Birding Ecotours, right in the middle of one of Britain’s best…
common UK wetland birds

Common Wetland and Coastal Birds of the United Kingdom

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As the UK is an island and located in the northwest of continental Europe, there is plentiful coastline (ranging from towering rocky cliffs to saltmarshes, beaches ..
common UK farmland birds

Common Farmland and Woodland Birds of the United Kingdom

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The following species are commonly found in farmland and woodland within the UK. We spend plenty of time birding in these habitats (as well as many others) ...
common UK garden birds

Common Garden Birds of the United Kingdom

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Andy Walker and Oli Reville offer some thoughts on the common garden birds of the UK in the first of three special blog posts on the common birds of the…
New Birding Ecotours office

Press release: Birding Ecotours opens a UK/European office in Norfolk, England

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Birding Ecotours was originally founded in South Africa (in 2002) by Chris (with Dylan...
Norfolk birding

Birding in Norfolk

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The winter birding has been amazing! The birding here in Norfolk has been so good that I’ve hardly had time to miss the superb birding in Ohio, where we...
When to visit Spain for birding

When to go birding in southern Spain?

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Southern Spain is the western focal point for the spring passage bird migration in Europe, and it will come...

Field Guides to Europe: what to take into the field

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Collins (or the Princeton version, Birds of Europe) has been the standard in field guides for some time, and this second edition goes from strength to strength. The ...