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Ring Ouzel male ring ouzels are particularly distinctive with their black plumage with a pale wing panel and striking white breast band. Let Nature Sing Help us get bird song into the charts. Tools for effective campaigning Our guides will help you get your voice heard.
Volunteer Explore these pages to find an opportunity that suits you. Find reserves near me. Minsmere There's so much to see and hear at Minsmere, from rare birds and otters to stunning woodland and coastal scenery. Coombes Valley This is a delightful oak woodland to walk through — especially in spring and early summer. Arne Heathland home to more than species. Wild Challenge Nature is an adventure waiting to be had. Get out, get busy and get wild!
Pond dipping Pond dipping is something we can all do and it's loads of fun!
Seabirds treble on Lundy after island is declared rat-free
Rock pooling Explore the little pools of amazing sea life that are left by the tide on the rocks around our coast. Enjoy a seabird spectacular. Our seabirds Almost everyone can recognise a puffin stood proudly on a cliff, with its chest puffed out and a beak-full of sandeels. An all star cast Our coasts play host to some of the biggest and best seabird colonies in the world and are the home of an impressive variety of different species for a few months every spring and summer.
The next act In late summer and autumn, when the last of the year's young have flown the nest, our seabird colonies fall silent and the birds take their final bow and depart. It's a hard life Conditions are harsh out at sea, but these birds are among the toughest and most hardy of all. See for yourselves. Find a reserve. Share this page Facebook Facebook Created with Sketch.
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They enjoy a freedom that even humans, with all our technological assistance, can barely imagine. Many species travel mind-boggling distances across the length and breadth of our planet before returning to land to breed in large, deafening and confusingly crowded colonies. Yet within this commotion each mated pair forms a bond of extreme closeness and tenderness that survives separation each winter and may persist for decades.
The long and geologically varied coastline of the British Isles provides homes for internationally important numbers of breeding seabirds. Visiting their colonies is always unforgettable, whether they are cliff-faces packed with Guillemots, islands white-capped by clustered Gannets on their nests, flat beaches crowded with screaming Arctic Terns or seaside rooftops overlaid with a second townscape of nesting gulls.
The changing fortunes of these seabird cities reveal to us the health of the vast, unseen but incredibly rich marine world that surrounds us. RSPB Seabirds showcases some of our most exciting and enigmatic bird species as vital and living components of one of our greatest natural assets: our coastline. The author presents detailed biographies of all the seabird species that breed in and around the British Isles, and also looks at the many species that breed elsewhere but which, regularly or occasionally, visit British waters. Every page of this sumptuous book features beautiful photographs of wild seabirds engaged in their daily work of hunting, travelling, protecting themselves and their territories, courting and raising a family.
Marianne Taylor is a freelance writer, illustrator, photographer and editor. Marianne grew up in the seaside town of Hastings in Sussex, and from an early age she could be found watching and scribbling notes about the behaviour of the Herring Gulls nesting outside her sister's bedroom window. A passion for all wildlife, but especially birds and most especially seabirds, has been a driving force in her life ever since. Marianne worked in publishing for seven years before taking the plunge as a freelancer in Since then she has written 19 books for adults and children on a range of natural history subjects.
Renowned cameraman David Tipling has worked as a freelance wildlife photographer since David travels extensively photographing some of the world's most iconic wildlife and one of his specialities is the birds of our seas and oceans.
His many awards include the prestigious Nature Photographer of the Year. David's work has featured in countless magazines and newspapers and he has been author or commissioned photographer for more than forty books on birds and wildlife photography.