Lizzie Grayshon, Amber Lole and Olly Dean have put together a brand new set of helpful videos to assist you with identifying various farmland bird species. You can watch them here:

3 thoughts on “New Bird ID Videos for 2021”

  1. Hi there Lizzie and team. Great info on your website. We follow you from south west France. Currently pretty wet! On our land we have huge flocks of starlings at present, lots of tits of various sorts, buzzards circling, ergrets hoovering up between the trees in our arboretum and a resident moorhen on our small garden lake. Green and spotted woodpeckers are about – the spotted ones thieve from our bird feeders and owls are starting to call to us at night. No hoarfinches this year – in fact none for the past several – but some green and gold finches. Not as many as in previous years when we had really cold temperatures. Resident robins, blackbirds, wrens and other seed eaters and a greater than usual number of smaller birds of prey. Soon we’ll hear the nightingales. We know that spring is on the way when the grey cranes fly south over our place heading for the reserve ‘Arjuzanx’ in Les Landes, France, and then further south over the Pyrenees. Fantastic flight formations. Keep up your good work.

  2. oop! should have said cranes fly north FROM Spain over the Pyrenees and onward from Arjuxanx. Sorry! Please correct.

  3. I am a retired rural veterinary writing from Portugal and I have been following you for quite a long time! let Let me tell you that I have learned a lot from your publications and news!

    Thank you for the the job you have been doing during these years I have been reading you!

    Luis Valente

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