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Welsh Ornithological Society
The organisation for birdwatchers in Wales. Annual conference: 30th Anniversary in Aberystwyth 16th November 2019. See what we do:
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Julian Hughes 🌍 Oct 16
Always enjoy reading the ringing report by that will appear in the Welsh Bird Report. Hats off to ringers who devote time and energy to gathering data. Real value comes from the ordinary, but inevitably it's the extraordinary that catches the eye.
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Mary Colwell Sep 29
It will be a great day - 30 years of protecting birds in Wales - come along...
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British Birds Oct 4
in 2001 Britain's 1st Grey Catbird - found at South Stack, Anglesey
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Welsh Ornithological Society Oct 12
There are still a number of UNDER 25s discounted places available! Great speakers and a great chance to network! Also member and non member spaces available but we are filling up quick!
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BirdGuides Oct 11
Two years since the Rock Thrush in Gwent! Who saw it? Was it a tick for you? Read John Marsh's account of the discovery here:
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RareBirdAlertUK Oct 1
Finders-in-the-Field: American Buff-bellied Pipit on Bardsey - a Welsh first, by
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Welsh Ornithological Society Oct 2
There are still places available for our conference in November, also still discounted places for under 25d available too!
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 27
Are you a BSc or MSc student studying birds in Wales? Why not enter our Student Research Award?! Deadline 30th September 2019 - its looming quickly! You could win £200 and meet our president ! For more details see:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 24
Still tickets left for our conference in November!
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 23
How many seen already in Wales??
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Skokholm Island Sep 23
A dreich old day and even darker this evening. But a Common Rosefinch has just been found in the last of the light. Firecrest calling nearby.
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GOWEROS Sep 23
Sunday 29th Sept: Mewslade, the Vile and Rhossili with Ed Hunter. Recent sightings include a merlin, finches, terns and razorbills in the bay after the whitebait. Meet 0900 at The Bunkhouse opposite School Lane, Middleton. Sturdy shoes please  OS ref SS425881  SA3 1PJ
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Simon H-R Sep 21
Autumn in Aberdaron. Swallows casting shadows; Hornet mimic hoverfly lured to ivy; a coy Spotted flycatcher and some beached Moon jellyfish. Out with &
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 23
Are you a BSc or MSc student studying birds in Wales? Why not enter our Student Research Award?! Deadline 30th September 2019 You could win £200 and meet our president ! For more details see:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 20
Are you a BSc or MSc student studying birds in Wales? Why not enter our Student Research Award?! Deadline 30th September 2019 You could win £200 and meet our president ! For more details see:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 16
Are you a BSc or MSc student studying birds in Wales? Why not enter our Student Research Award?! Deadline 30th September 2019 You could win £200 and meet our president ! For more details see:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 13
Are you a student studying birds in Wales as part of your BSc or Masters? Then why not enter our student award?!
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BirdGuides Sep 11
Review of the Week: 4-10 September While the Brown Booby hung around in Cornwall, American waders started to show up in force ahead of the remnants of Hurricane Dorian. Meanwhile, Iceland scored a stunning mega. rounds up the action.
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Wild Justice Sep 5
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