Life of Birds in the UK

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Commission sent to Warburg Nature Reserve.

Presenter: Oskar Idzikowski

Producer: Oskar Idzikowski

Interviewee: Kelly Hedges

Duration: 15 minutes

Synopsis:

Birds have become even more endangered with many of them making the red and amber lists under the UK conservation act. With many habitats being wiped out to urbanise areas, loss of wildlife is imminent. Birds can still be spotted in many locations, especially at the Warburg Nature Reserve, one of the biggest reserves in the Oxfordshire region.

Cue:

An exploration of the life of birds within one of the biggest habitats in the UK, Warburg Nature Reserve. How has the life of birds changed in the last decade? I explore the few bird species which can be found at the Warburg Nature Reserve and speak to Kelly Hedges who is the warden of the reserve.

IN: “Every single day we’re met by wildlife…

OUT: the chicks will need different things, throughout their life stages.”

DUR: 14’31”

Life of birds in the UK

Audio used:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvVWCrxq_aZr7fN_KpaGGTA – Woodland sounds

Tweet:

The life of Birds documentary features @WarburgNatureReserve and their experienced warden. Has our bird habitat decreased? Listen in to find out.

 

 

 

 

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