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  • African Safari Adventure: Part 3

    I was so excited that it was hard to accept they were wild and dangerous animals – all you wanted to do was leap out of the truck and cuddle them!

    By Emily Wilson on 7th October 2011
  • Will Cyprus Stop the Massacre?

    The idyllic island of Cyprus is the location of a yearly massacre of millions of birds. They are killed to supply upscale restaurants with a traditional Cypriot “delicacy” called ambelopoulia – boiled or pickled songbirds, usually swallowed whole as it is not cost effective to remove their entrails.

    By Alex Taylor on 5th October 2011
  • Sea-Watching

    Amongst birders, sea watching has a reputation as being quite tricky –one for the specialists only. Perhaps for that reason I’ve tended to steer clear

    By Chris Foster on 4th October 2011
  • Plenty of Puffins

    Most people go to see puffins. The bird for people who don’t even like birds: with their clown-like technicolour beaks and comedy routines, nobody could fail to be won over.

    By Chris Foster on 27th September 2011