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BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MC6
January 09, 2016
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MC2
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBY
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBW
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBV
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBT
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBS
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBP
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBO
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBN
January 09, 2016
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Bird watchers view large flocks of starlings flying at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBM
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8,...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury
Large flocks of starlings fly at dusk over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-NATURE/
RTX21MBH
January 09, 2016
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn past a pair of aquatic birds over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn past a pair of aquatic birds over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury...
Large flocks of starlings fly at dawn past a pair of aquatic birds over the Somerset Levels near Glastonbury in Britain, January 8, 2016. Despite a steady decline in annual winter visiting numbers of the migratory bird in recent years, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds estimates that approximately half a million are currently roosting in this area of south west England, providing spectacular daily murmurations as they arrive and leave their roosting spots. Photograph taken January 8, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN/
RTR2LHB6
April 21, 2011
A member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) promotes the wildlife charity from inside...
London, United Kingdom
A member of the RSPB promotes the wildlife charity from inside a giant seagull at the South Bank Centre...
A member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) promotes the wildlife charity from inside a giant seagull at the South Bank Centre in London April 21, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BIRDS
RTXN94S
February 20, 2005
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a...
Leicester, UK
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a.....
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a rare visitor to Britain and the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) usually expects fewer than one hundred individuals to arrive each winter. A shortage of berries in Scandinavia and Siberia has forced more to migrate and search for food further inland.
BIRDS
RTXN94R
February 20, 2005
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a...
Leicester, UK
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a.....
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a rare visitor to Britain and the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) usually expects fewer than one hundred individuals to arrive each winter. A shortage of berries in Scandinavia and Siberia has forced more to migrate and search for food further inland.
BRITAIN
RTRNV1X
February 20, 2005
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a...
Leicester, UK
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in central England.
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a rare visitor to Britain and the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) usually expects fewer than one hundred individuals to arrive each winter. A shortage of berries in Scandinavia and Siberia has forced more to migrate and search for food further inland. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Darren Staples Pictures of the Month February 2005 DS/MD BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
BRITAIN
RTRNV0M
February 20, 2005
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a...
Leicester, UK
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in central England.
Waxwing birds strip a tree of berries in Heather, central England, February 20, 2005. Waxwings are a rare visitor to Britain and the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds) usually expects fewer than one hundred individuals to arrive each winter. A shortage of berries in Scandinavia and Siberia has forced more to migrate and search for food further inland. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Darren Staples DS/MD
TAXIDERMIST
RTXFUGV
August 01, 1995
Items from a seized collection of rare animal remains is displayed at the Royal Society for the Protection...
Items from a seized collection of rare animal remains is displayed at the Royal Society for the Prot.....
Items from a seized collection of rare animal remains is displayed at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds headquarters in Bedfordshire August 16. Investigators believe the haul of endangered species, including tigers, chimpanzees and eagles, could be worth hundreds of thousands of pounds on the black market.
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