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    NewsBird News06-07-2015
    Last week an unusual mystery occured at Scottish beauty spot Glenn Esk in Angus. Local skinny dippers were left confused and most likely embarrassed when they discovered their underwear was stolen. This riddle repeatedly continued to happen until a local game keeper discovered the culprets. It appeared that some Red Kite birds had been pinching the panties in order to build their nests. Gam...

    NewsBird News28-05-2014
    The 2014 Highclere Country Show arrived over the Bank Holiday weekend where families, sportsmen and women enjoyed a top entertainment bill, stunning scenery and lots of sporting championship qualifiers. Offering a fantastic family day out, the 18th Highclere Country Show saw tens of thousands of people come through the gates to sample this year’s countryside showcase. Visitors were sp...

    NewsBird News11-02-2014
    DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH CATS PESTERING YOUR BIRDS?   ARE THEY TRYING TO GET INTO YOUR AVIARY?   HAVE YOU DEVELOPED CLEVER TRICKS TO KEEP CATS AWAY?     A BBC ONE documentary addressing the potential problems caused by cats and irresponsible owners is looking to speak to those affected. We are keen to hear from people who may be experien...

    NewsBird News18-11-2013
    The RSPB has teamed up with two county police forces to issue a plea for information after the recent deaths of three birds of prey in East Anglia. Two iconic species - the marsh harrier and red kite - have been the victims of illegal poisoning by a lethal pesticide. The poison is thought to have been laced on baits left out in the countryside. A breeding pair of marsh harriers were t...

    NewsBird News16-10-2013
    Not really bird related news but still worth mentioning anyway. Hit video game Angry Birds will be soon launching a movie where you can watch 90 minutes of the angry creatures going crazy and trying to destroy the pigs.   For our readers who have no idea what Angry Birds actually is, it is a game you can play on your mobile phone or tablet and it involves firing virtual birds into ...

    NewsBird News28-06-2013
    The RSPB has welcomed Defra’s announcement to keep the Environment Agency and Natural England separate. This came after the triennial review over the potential of a merger.    The RSPB’s Chief Executive, Mike Clarke, spoke to the organisation’s official website, saying: “The decision not to merge Natural England and the Environment Agency is the right o...

    NewsBird News25-06-2013
    Alfred Rockefeller and his wife Annette face up to $500 worth of fines after being handed a summons by the borough of Ramsey in New Jersey in the USA because neighbours are complaining that the bird feeder is attracting nuisance wildlife.   They will appear in court today to answer the summons and they could be facing up to $500 in fines.   Mr Rockerfeller argues that ...

    NewsBird News17-06-2013
    A collection of Rare birds were smuggled into Vienna international airport from Bali in Indonesia. All the birds were tested and one was found to have the H5N1 virus. They have since been put down. The collection of 60 birds included wild parrots, birds of paradise and other species.   The birds were smuggled from Bali international airport to Austria’s Vienna International A...

    NewsBird News17-06-2013
    Research has been carried out that shows up to a quarter to a half of all birds are highly vulnerable to climate change. This research was carried out as part of a study into the impact of global warming on life. Some researchers have started that there is a huge need for conservation efforts if we are unable as a world to cut down on our emissions.   The report was carried out by ...

    NewsBird News17-06-2013
    The title of the oldest bird ever to have walked on the Earth could go to a new contender. The Archaeopteryx (pictured) was initially thought to be the earliest bird known to science, however, a new creature has come into the frame.    The small, feathered, “Dawn” bird, is the same size as a pheasant (it measured 50cm from its beak to the tip of its tail) and lived...

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