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The first waxwings are here John Harding/BTO

This is absolutely true and is illustrated perfectly in a passage from Ian Newton's excellent book, Bird Migration. Organ reduction has been found in a number of migratory species, including pied flycatchers, willow warblers and swallows. However, extreme changes were found in bar tailed godwits killed accidentally in Alaska as they hit a radio tower, just after take off on a presumed trans Pacific flight of at least 10,400km to New Zealand.

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At this time of the year migration is very much influenced by the weather in northern and eastern Europe, with temperature all important.

Up until now there hasn't been a need for these birds to move. Check out the BirdTrack reporting rate for goldeneye.

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Any cool crisp day with light winds, particularly from the east, over the next couple of weeks should prompt a big movement of woodpigeons, with flocks often tens of thousands strong heading south west. You don't have to be on the coast to observe this migration spectacle, big flocks can be seen flying over land locked counties too.

Comment number 4. At 20:42 4th Nov 2011, phatbird wrote: What type of tiny bird about the size of a great tit flies in huges flocks? This morning about 6:30am I saw them but couldn't make them out. They were flying north to south across my garden in Runcorn Cheshire.

These Alaskan godwits had some of the highest fat contents recorded among birds, comprising 55 percent of total body mass. They also had relatively large breast muscles and heart (exercise organs), but very small gizzard, liver, kidney and gut (digestive organs). They had largely dispensed with parts of their metabolic machinery that were not essential during flight, presumably converting them to other tissue.

Comment number 7. At 21:06 4th Nov 2011, GerryRys wrote: Re your opening report on the geese on Islay: Love the show but anyone that has been daft (or devoted) enough to get up in the dead of night to witness a dawn sky full of geese will know that the most awesome part of the spectacle is the noise which you hear before you see anything. First you talked over it, then you played music over it, then you go back on set and Martin emphasizes the significance of said noise of which you have just deprived us! AAAaaarrrrrrgggggghhhhhh!!!!!!

Flocks of lapwings and golden plovers on the move are a sure sign that the ground is frozen on the continent, so falling temperatures there could cause an influx of these winter field inhabiting waders.

So far this autumn with temperatures higher than normal we have seen very little of this. The daytime Canada Goose Cheap Chilliwack Bomber Ireland temperature in eastern Europe, however, is forecast to drop to near freezing this weekend, so we could see an arrival of pochard and goldeneye, along with a small arrival of Bewick's swans. [Editor's note: Slimbridge, Autumnwatch's hosts for the next four weeks, is one of the UK's best sites for Bewick's.]

On arrival at their migratory destinations, birds rebuild their digestive organs, so that they can once again feed efficiently.

Comment number 6. At 21:03 4th Nov 2011, nick rock wrote: are Red Kites re populating the N/W of England?

The first waxwings of the autumn have been seen, with a flock of 20 birds being found in Stromness, Orkney, and three seen on Lewis, Outer Hebrides. It's too early to say whether it will be a waxwing winter, but with the drop in temperature on the continent this weekend we might see a few more arrive. At this time of the year waxwings generally arrive in the north and work their way south as berries become harder to find.

Comment number 5. At 20:55 4th Nov 2011, rachaelfield wrote: where i walk there are wild bees living in a hole in a tree,do they partly cover the hole in winter? iknow they behave a bit like penguins do huddling together.

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As the migration of our summer visitors comes to a close, it's easy to think that autumn migration also comes to a close. Nothing could be further from the truth. Migration watchers in early November can be rewarded with some of the most spectacular bird migrations of the year.

Comment number 1. Many reasons were given but not a definate report! Has the reason for this event been found yet and what was it?? Does anyone else remember the news story??

Question of the week: Is it true that some birds reduce internal organs to compensate for the extra fat they carry for migration?

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Comment number 2. At 10:40 4th Nov 2011, Brenda Thompson wrote: Do Cormorants migrate? We saw over 100 of them along the water's edge by Hilbre Island, Wirral yesterday around midday. Thanks. Brenda Thompson

Each week Paul and Nick from the BTO are updating us on all the comings and goings of autumn's bird migration. We'd love to hear what you've been seeing too, whether in your garden or out and about.

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Comment number 3. At 18:31 4th Nov 2011, colin wrote: Just been surprised by a flock of Fieldfares while out on my bike. They flew out of a hedgerow and into the trees on the other side of the road. Had some in the garden a couple of years a go. Really aggressive feeders. Bye the way I'm in Dundonald in Ayrshire

A sudden freeze will see berry crops fall and waterbodies ice over, prompting cold weather movements for thrushes (redwings, fieldfares, blackbirds, song thrushes and ring ouzel), finches (siskins, redpolls, linnets, chaffinches and bramblings), larks (skylarks and woodlarks), pigeons (woodpigeons and stock doves) and wildfowl (ducks, swans and geese).

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"It's a basic liberty," Alderman Shamed Dogan said. "Why can't a motorist stick an arm out the window? It's kind of absurd that they couldn't."

Meanwhile, the mild winter has led to more people using city parks and more people complaining about having to step around goose droppings.

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The board moved to remedy the situation by voting 7 1 to award a $3,500 contract to Humane Goose Management to use dogs to chase Canada geese out of the city's parks and off the golf course.

Although Alderman Jim Leahy voted for the goose roundup, he was critical.

City Attorney Bob Jones and the city's prosecuting attorney wanted to simply amend the law to ban anyone from extending arms or other body parts from a car while it was moving. However, some alderman wanted the entire law repealed.

The case never came to trial in municipal court. Instead, the case was dropped when the American Civil Liberties Union hired an attorney to defend the motorist, citing freedom of speech.

Aldermen Frank Fleming and Kathy Kerlagon were opposed, as was Mayor Tim Pogue.

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"This government understands that there are some Australians suffering from severe conditions for which cannabis may have applications and we want to enable access to the most effective medical treatments available," Health Minister Sussan Ley told Parliament.

The government said the proposed amendment would meet Australia's international obligations to ensure that production, manufacture and distribution of marijuana was for medical and scientific purposes only.

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CANBERRA, Australia Australian lawmakers committed on Wednesday to legalize the growing of marijuana for medical use within a part of the world renowned for zero tolerance and harsh penalties for illegal drugs.

Indonesia, Australia's nearest neighbour after Papua New Guinea, created a diplomatic rift last year by rejecting Australian pleas to spare the lives of two Australian heroin traffickers. The Australians were among eight drug convicts executed by firing squad in April. Indonesia argued that the tough response was needed because narcotics abuse among Indonesians had reached a crisis level.

Southeast Asia has some of the world's toughest drug laws.

Edward Aspinall, an Australian National University expert on Indonesian politics, did not expect marijuana crops growing legally in Australia would damage relations with Indonesia.

The government introduced a bill to Parliament that would amend the Narcotics Drugs Act 1967 and create a licensing scheme for growing medicinal cannabis. Marijuana is currently illegal throughout Australia, but two states are considering making the drug available for therapeutic uses.

A government survey of 24,000 Australians nationwide found in 2013 that 69 per cent of respondents supported a change of law to permit cannabis use for medicinal purposes.

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The bank had been universally expected to leave its rate unchanged at one per cent, where it had been since September 2010. However, the bank dropped the rate to 0.75 per cent and said that "the oil price shock increases both downside risks to the inflation profile and financial stability risks."

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Economic growth has been tepid and there have been worries that the region could fall prey to deflationary pressures, a situation where businesses and consumers hold off on purchases in the hope that items will just get cheaper.

Oil prices have plunged 55 per cent since last June amid a glut of supply and have fallen about 40 per cent just since the end of November after OPEC concluded its last meeting with a vow to leave production levels unchanged.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the board of the European Central Bank is proposing a substantial program of quantitative easing, which involves a massive round of government bond purchases. The WSJ said the bank would spend about 50 billion euros monthly on the program. Markets had been speculating the central bank would announce a program involving spending between 500 billion and 700 billion euros annually.

Meanwhile, there was increasing clarity over what the European Central Bank may deliver in the form of another round of economic stimulus on Thursday.