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The Ornate Hawk-Eagle is a bird of prey from the tropical Americas. Like all eagles, it is in the family Accipitridae. This species is notable for its vivid colours, which differ markedly between adult and immature birds (photo from San Diego Zoo Global)

Learn more about Britain's birds of prey #birdwatching

Often confused for the Bald Eagle due to their black and white plumage, the Osprey is another striking member of the Birds of Prey family. Also known as the Fish Hawk or the Sea Hawk the Osprey is quite widespread around the world.

These are some of the best places to photograph #UK #wildlife, from pine martens to grey seals

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Discover the country’s best #wildlife at one of Britain’s best #naturereserves this summer

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Use our guide to the 15 raptors found in Britain for birdwatching adventures

This guide to Britain’s 15 raptors will help you to spot birds of prey when out birdwatching in the coming months.

Learn some interesting facts about the talented Eurasian magpie!

The magpie is a common sighting around Britain and Ireland, but how much do you know about the recognisable black and white bird?

A beginners guide to birdwatching in the UK, from equipment to the code

These birds represent Britain’s sole truly ‘native’ stock, and at the Gigrin Farm feeding centre provide one of the best wildlife spectacles in the country.

Head out for country walks and watch for these birds and other wildlife on your way

January and February are still great to wrap up in country clothing and head outside to spot some winter wildlife, from animals and birds to plants.

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