25 August 2015 by Paul Stancliffe
From his expert perch at the British Trust for Ornithology, Paul Stancliffe explains what to look for as the UK’s birdlife migrates in the autumn…
28 April 2015 by Paul Stancliffe
As summer gets into full swing, Paul Stancliffe tells us why it’s the perfect time of year for birdwatching in Britain’s beautiful and abundant woodland
27 February 2015 by Paul Stancliffe
The British Trust of Ornithology Paul Stancliffe considers what it takes for our birdlife to arrive in time for spring
28 November 2014 by Paul Stancliffe
Paul Stancliffe from the British Trust for Ornithology talks about changing birdlife to look out for in the UK in autumn
02 September 2014 by Paul Stancliffe
From the British Trust of Ornithology, Paul Stancliffe explains how to enjoy the migration season this autumn!
27 May 2014 by Paul Stancliffe
From rare gulls to speeding Peregrines, Walk's resident birdwatcher takes a tour around the entire UK coastline – revealing what birds to look for this summer, and where best to spot them.
27 February 2014 by Paul Stancliffe
Spring is always an exciting time for birdwatchers, as some of our most iconic birds return after spending the long winter months in Africa. Here are five birds to watch out for this season.
03 December 2013 by Paul Stancliffe
During the winter months Britain and Ireland are among the best places in the world to spot wild geese – and getting to grips with them also offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy some spectacular walks.
30 August 2013 by Paul Stancliffe
During the autumn months, when their dull brown tip feathers have worn off, male ducks are at their most colourful and spectacular.
01 June 2013 by Paul Stancliffe
Some of Britain’s most iconic birds can be found during the summer months. Most arrive during the spring but are what we refer to in birding circles as summer visitors, birds like the Cuckoo, the Swallow and the Swift. However, it is not all about icons, the summer months are also the best time to see some of our most fascinating birds – birds like the Nightjar and the Woodcock.