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Birdwatch Magazine

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72 Reviews   •  English   •   Leisure Interest (Wildlife)
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"Birdwatch is the UK’s leading monthly magazine for keen birders. It covers a huge range of wildlife topics, from species spotlights and illegal bird killing to conservation and the environment, as well as news from around the world.

If you want to brush up on your birding skills, our monthly Expert Advice section gives you tips on bird ID, which species to look for and where, as well as providing you with skills and knowledge to make you a better birder.

Each issue..
- Features in-depth identification guides
- Comprehensive round-ups of all the rare and scarce birds seen in Britain, Ireland and the wider Western Palearctic.
- Optics reviews
- Birding itineraries
- Detailed and expert tests on binocular, telescopes, digiscoping, tripods, books and many more birdwatching products."
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June 2024 With the temperatures warming, migration slowing down and the breeding season well underway, now is the time to spend time searching for some of the scarcer and shier nesting birds in your area. One species that is likely under-recorded across the country is European Honey Buzzard – in the latest issue of Birdwatch, Jamie Partridge offers tips on tracking down undiscovered pairs of this beguiling raptor, as well as how to ID them with confidence. There’s also an in-depth feature on the extraordinary constructions that are birds’ nests, with experts Nick Williams and Peter Castell taking a closer look at the many different shapes, sizes and forms that these come in, along with many quirky associated facts. Another bird of prey also features in the June issue. Eleonora’s Falcon has one of the most fascinating life cycles of any Western Palearctic bird and Sam Jones profiles this long-distance migrant, looking at its breeding-season behaviour and movements.


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With the temperatures warming, migration slowing down and the breeding season well underway, now is the time to spend time searching for some of the scarcer and shier nesting birds in your area. One species that is likely under-recorded across the country is European Honey Buzzard – in the latest issue of Birdwatch, Jamie Partridge offers tips on tracking down undiscovered pairs of this beguiling raptor, as well as how to ID them with confidence.
There’s also an in-depth feature on the extraordinary constructions that are birds’ nests, with experts Nick Williams and Peter Castell taking a closer look at the many different shapes, sizes and forms that these come in, along with many quirky associated facts.
Another bird of prey also features in the June issue. Eleonora’s Falcon has one of the most fascinating life cycles of any Western Palearctic bird and Sam Jones profiles this long-distance migrant, looking at its breeding-season behaviour and movements.
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"Birdwatch is the UK’s leading monthly magazine for keen birders. It covers a huge range of wildlife topics, from species spotlights and illegal bird killing to conservation and the environment, as well as news from around the world.

If you want to brush up on your birding skills, our monthly Expert Advice section gives you tips on bird ID, which species to look for and where, as well as providing you with skills and knowledge to make you a better birder.

Each issue..
- Features in-depth identification guides
- Comprehensive round-ups of all the rare and scarce birds seen in Britain, Ireland and the wider Western Palearctic.
- Optics reviews
- Birding itineraries
- Detailed and expert tests on binocular, telescopes, digiscoping, tripods, books and many more birdwatching products."

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One of the best magazines on this topic Reviewed 25 April 2022

Excellent quality

Great with regard as companion to the television programmes Reviewed 19 April 2022

Birdwatch Magazine

I look forward to each issue, love reading it. Reviewed 18 June 2020

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This magazine app is excellent apart from a few teething problems the 'pocket mag' group appear to be having. The content & additional videos are worth it alone however, downloading & reopening the magazine on my ipad2 has been a problem... It has froze & failed to download on two separate occasions. An email to pocketmag quickly resolved the issue. A future 5star set up im sure once these minor issues have been resolved fully.... Reviewed 18 January 2013

Birdwatch

This is a great magazine and a must for any bird fan Reviewed 23 November 2012

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