Birds

Canada goose
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms discusses moult migration.
With a range of prey and nest sites, peregrines are thriving in US and European cities. Karl Mathiesen investigates how they have adapted to city living. 
Oil slicks are lethal traps for seabirds.
Science writer Stuart Blackman explains why oil is so damaging.
Writer, producer and conservationist Mary Colwell reveals amazing facts about the world's curlews. 
Waxwing
Ornithologist Mike Toms shares his knowledge of bird migration. 
Tawny owl at roost in woodland (captive bird)
BBC Wildlife writer Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Song thrush
Ornithologist Mike Toms explains the song thrush's unique feeding behaviour.
Whinchat
There has been a 47 per cent range contraction since the early 1970s. Mike Toms from the BTO explains why. 
Harris hawk
Native to the Americas, Harris hawks are now breeding here in the UK, but are they really a threat to joggers asks Paul Stancliffe?
White tern on Midway Atoll in Hawaii
BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms explains why these small birds lay their eggs in such a precarious location. 
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