Bird Watching magazine is dedicated to bringing you everything you need for a perfect month of birdwatching.
We’ll inspire you with brilliant photography, exciting locations, expert product tests, informative identification guides and all the latest bird sightings. Just add binoculars for your ultimate birdwatching experience.
Bird Watching – September 2017£4.40
Our latest magazine is a bumper 132-page packed issue! Inside, Chris Packham reveals what gave him the birdwatching bug, we reveal the Dipper’s ‘superpowers’ – after all, this is a bird that can ‘fly’ underwater – and Dominic Couzens explains why the Goosander is like no other duck you’ve seen before. Plus, a gallery of brilliant birding images shortlisted for the Bird Photographer of the Year competition.
And FREE inside is your 16-page guide to bird taxonomy – find out which amazing worldwide birds are related to those you often see in your garden! All this and much more, including a comprehensive round-up of birds seen in your area…
Bird Watching – August 2017£4.30
In the new issue of Bird Watching magazine, we reveal the secret lives of your garden birds – prepare to be surprised by some of their unusual antics!
Also in this issue, we explain why your annual break need not just be about sun, sea and sand as there are plenty of birds to look out for, whether you holiday in the UK or venture further afield.
We also highlight why the Coot is aptly described as the original Angry Bird, reveal why some of our upland bird species face a ‘catastrophic decline’ in numbers and author Dominic Couzens delves into the strange love life of the Dotterel!
We also head out to some of Northern Ireland’s best wildlife sites as well as highlight a selection of avian treats that can be found on birding trips to either a private island in Georgia, USA, or the Faroe Islands.
Our expert reviewers put the eagerly-awaited Leica Trinovid HDs through their paces – so find out how they fare. We also test your ID skills of early-autumn warblers, how will you get on?
All this and much, much more, including a comprehensive round-up of birds seen in your area during May, in the new issue of Bird Watching.
Bird Watching July 2017£4.30
Our latest issue reveals the dark side of the Swallow, highlights a surprising aspect of the Stonechat and explains how you can still get involved in our popular #My200BirdYear challenge.
It also looks at how farmed land can affect a Barn Owl’s hunting ability, discovers lots of endemic and exotic birds in Madagascar and explains how a birding trip to Derby is not just about seeing its famous Peregrines – there are lots of other species, too!
We all know that climate change, sadly, will have a negative effect on some birds but did you know that warmer temperatures are also encouraging other species to stay in the UK longer and breed, we tell you which ones.
Plus, we put Swarovski’s BTX scope to the test, you could win a sleepout kit worth more than £500, we profile Scottish birding pioneer Alexander Wilson and provide a comprehensive round-up of the rare birds seen on your patch during April.
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