2016 Report & Updated WIP

Published on 04 October 2017

An updated WIP file  has details of latest BBRC decisions and submissions (at 4 October 2017). These decisions have recently been published in BB in the 2016 rarities report – we hope you enjoy reading the details of an exceptional year!  If you happen to notice a 2016 record that is not listed in the report or […]

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The following species is now reinstated to the BBRC list: Ferruginous Duck   Ferruginous Duck is in decline internationally and of increasing conservation concern; BBRC will continue to work closely with county recorders to ensure a robust assessment with respect to provenance of individual birds.   The following species have been removed from the BBRC […]

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Farewell to I. James Ferguson-Lees

Published on 13 January 2017

We recently learned the sad news that James Ferguson-Lees passed away in early January 2017. He was executive editor of British Birds for 19 years from 1954 and oversaw a number of major innovations during that time and was instrumental in the establishment of both the Rarities Committee and the Rare Breeding Birds Panel. A […]

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Updated information on BBRC’s position on rare forms of Common Eider has now been uploaded to the ‘Swans to Ducks’ page under ‘Species Information’.

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Missing Records from 2012

Published on 12 April 2013

At this time of year we try to chase down the few missing records that we have not yet received, especially those for which there is a photograph. This year there are 26, although if we ignored the Glossy ibis and the Cat D species then it is just 18. Here they are. Ref.No. Species […]

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As a result of various users moving from computers and netbooks to smartphones and tablets, the next online format of video slots in web casinos and betting at bookmakers’ offices – resources of mobile gambling establishments and special add-ons – began to operate. So online casino owners are adapting their products to today’s standards. Criteria […]

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