birds

The public has been invited to report tawny owl calls this autumn and winter. 
Galapagos penguin
Sarah McPherson discusses the only penguin found north of the equator.
Pink-footed geese grazing on farmlands
BBC Wildlife writer Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Red-backed shrike
Author Liz Kalaugher discusses how shrikes developed their signature skewering technique.
New research points to a genetic reason for the fact that Javan lutung monkeys cannot taste sugar.
Following pressure from bird traders, three species have had their protection rescinded by the Indonesian government.
The cygnet had swallowed the fishing hook and line
The young swan was tangled in angling equipment in South Yorkshire.
The Spix's macaw is now considered to be Extinct in the Wild
Experts recommend that the eight birds should be added to the list of extinct species.
Bahaman nuthatch, Bird,
When Hurricane Matthew hit the island of Grand Bahama in 2016 the last few Bahama nuthatch were feared extinct. Now, after walking 400km in six weeks two UEA researchers have spotted the elusive bird.
Naturalist and author Polly Pullar discusses the nesting patterns of golden eagles.
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