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Counting Cliff-Nesting Birds

The counting of seabirds on nesting cliffs in large colonies can be very difficult and, for the fool-hardy, dangerous. It might be quite simple to count the number of individual birds on some cliffs, but that figure does not tell … Continue reading

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Common Birds Census The Common Birds Census was started in 1961. It is organized by the BTO and is the most satisfactory system for measuring bird populations, at present. If you wish to undertake a Common Birds Census in your … Continue reading

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Birdwatching: Counting the Birds

Red-billed Queleas form enormous flocks someti...

Whilst I enjoy the sheer variety of birds and particularly those new or exciting ones that I find for myself, I enjoy even more being a ‘curious naturalist’ and asking questions and finding answers about the activities of birds. In … Continue reading

27. September 2011 by admin
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