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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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Welsh Ornithological Society Oct 20
There are 10 days left to vote for council members in the AGM. All members have received an email so please check your Junk folder. Unintentionally it was sent from a personal email not the WOS one so please check.
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Julian Hughes 🌍 Oct 7
Always great to see drop through the letterbox (and what a cracking cover photo). Historic bird fauna, Shelducks, Parakeets, Newport Wetlands, Peter Hope-Jones and a little paper from me, and all packed in here.
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BTO Oct 3
Are you an outgoing young naturalist who loves meeting like-minded people? Then becoming a BTO Youth Representative may well be for you! Head over to to find out how you can take part.
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Welsh Ornithological Society Oct 2
Please think of supporting ERW. There work is providing information on the history of this wonderful species as well as conducting the feasibility study. Enquire about publications to read the research.
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RSPB Cymru Sep 25
Bore da Wales! Today we proudly launch ‘Five Steps to a Green Recovery’ - a manifesto that will help address the nature and climate crises, creating a sustainable economy for Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 (1/9)
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 24
It's not in Wales but many of our members have strong links to Fair Isle and many of us have visited and loved our time their. If you would like to donate to the rebuild then please find the link below.
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 21
Replying to @sharpITS52
Looks like a juvenile/female bullfinch to me. Its stretching is causing the angle to be strange.
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 18
Replying to @fidhw
Absolutely!
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 18
Thanks to those who have retweeted and those who have entered. Whilst you're on the website have a look at the grants we give too... Giving back to those who give to us!
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BTO Sep 17
How many?! Counting large flocks of birds can be tough but we've got a *free* virtual course with tips and hints to help, and to inspire you to get started with ! Book your free place now at .
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 17
The closing date for our is coming up. Fancy having your name there and £200 in your pocket? Check out:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 15
Replying to @adar_Collwyn
We are still confirming with speakers about presentations and will produce an outline as soon as possible. We understand how keen people are to know :)
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BirdGuides Sep 10
Conservation action has prevented the global extinction of a wealth of bird and mammal species since 1993, a new study has shown:
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Welsh Ornithological Society Sep 11
Replying to @NEIL6518
Hi Neil, not yet I'm afraid. We will put out an announcement when they are so that people can get them. As they are very popular there will be a limited number per person too. Many thanks for your interest.
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Robin Sandham Sep 10
A very close Common Scoter in heavy moult off Rhos Point at high tide. It was sat in with the Sandwich Terns and 3 Knot which looked odd. another Wexford ringed STern seen.
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British Birds Aug 29
in 1964 First-year male Yellow Warbler on Bardsey Island - first record for Britain & Ireland Read the full account at
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Welsh Ornithological Society Aug 28
A thank you from , our president and us. Let's keep protected birds protected.
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Welsh Ornithological Society Aug 27
It may not be Wales but it is good to see species breeding successfully none the less.
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INCC Aug 19
Five more Kestrel boxes up in the Amman Valley yesterday thanks to Cedwyn & Daffydd. A total of 11 up so far and another eight to go before next year. Hopefully we’ll see Kestrels back nesting in the valley soon. Thanks to all the landowners & volunteers helping with the project.
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Wild Justice Aug 24
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