Birds in North Wales (Vice-counties Denbighshire and Flintshire)
Finding (see 'Our records') and recording (see 'Submit records?') the birds you see in North-East Wales
by the Clwyd Bird Recording Group
During the breeding season for 2017 (as birds have started singing, that means from now until late August) please record breeding codes with your bird records. These will be used for the European Breeding Bird Atlas 2 (EBBA2).
The CBRG is keen to have some new members as there are many jobs to do in producing the bird report: managing data, preparing data for species account authors, writing species accounts, seeking photographs, and then help with selling the reports. If you are interested please contact the Chair.
Please have a look at the page, Our records, which shows the records that are stored with Cofnod.
Bird Report for 2015. This is NOW available at a cost of £5 plus £1.70 p&p for those who cannot collect a copy. The report will be on sale at RSPB Conwy and RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands as soon as can be arranged.
See the Downloads page for a copy of the 2015 Gronant Little Tern Report.
Please consider buying a copy of this new book:
The Birds of Connah’s Quay Nature Reserve and Oakenholt Marsh by Glenn Morris (order for £5 + £1.29 P&P from Glenn Morris)
A new 70-page paperback guide to all 233 species of bird seen on the Reserve over the past 40 years (9x6 inch with full colour cover photos). Reserve Map, a brief history of the Reserve and list of mammals.
All the BirdTrack records are sent to Cofnod each year.
The next Welsh Ornithological Society conference will take place on Saturday, 4 November 2017 at Monmouth.
The Atlas is available in shops at £45 or try Amazon. Currently available for £25 including p&p. Download the order form Atlas order
Last updated: 27 March 2017