Wildlife Photographer of the Year launches People’s Choice Award

Wildlife Photographer of the Year launches People’s Choice Award

Online voting has now opened for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s (WPotY) 2021 People’s Choice Award.

Mind the gap: free-flying pet budgerigar inspires flight study

Mind the gap: free-flying pet budgerigar inspires flight study

A Swedish researcher used his family’s pet budgerigar to look into how birds avoid collision when flying in dense foliage and other cramped environments with numerous obstacles.

UK and Europe’s ‘common’ species see huge declines in 37-year period

UK and Europe’s ‘common’ species see huge declines in 37-year period

A new study has discovered large-scale population declines in Europe’s birds, with around 600 million breeding birds being lost in the EU and UK since 1980.

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    Who’s Who: Michael Baldry

    17th February 2021

    Every week, we invite an influential figure in the cage bird fancy to tell us about themselves and their view of the hobby. This week: MICHAEL BALDRY   Q Which clubs have you been most involved with? Any official roles? Michael…

  • Who’s Who: Tom English, Snr

    Who’s Who: Tom English, Snr

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