What is your quintessential sign of spring?
For me, living just north of London, it's the sight of a Northern Wheatear's
white rump flashing across a green sward of downland grass.
No wonder the early Saxons called them "white a**** ", which was
later corrupted to wheatear.
I am sure our...
You may have all seen the lists drawn up in Hollywood on the most influential figures in Tinsel Town and the names it throws up: Speilberg, Cruise, Clooney etc.
I am compiling a list for a future bird magazine article on the most influential figures in birding. There are no laid down criteria...
Does anyone fancy sharing expenses on a trip to the Azores
this autumn to look for Nearctic rarities? I am planning a
visit between late September and late October which should
tie in nicely with American passerine vagrancy.
To whet the appetite, I would point to a recent article in
I am compiling a list of great birding spectaculars that everyone should experience once in their lifetime. You can guess the sort of thing: Steller's
Sea-eagles on Hokkaido; looking for Ivory-billed Woodpecker in Arkansas; visiting a penguin rookery etc.
I would love to read other forum...