Sightings – sightings can be posted without the need to log in, there is a short section for notes on the sighting, longer descriptions and additional notes can be posted but this will need a log in. The notes section … Continue reading →
We are heading towards the Inglorious 12th – the annual start of the grouse shooting season. Intensive grouse shooting is responsible for the low numbers of Hen Harriers across the UK – in the English uplands, where there should be … Continue reading →
Due to the vagaries of the weather it will probably take place at short notice. If you wish to join the walk please contact Wendell by phone or text 07912577626 if you are interested. Meet at Cwmduad Pine Plantation … Continue reading →
It is hoped that we can hold a Nightjar watch on Monday 19th June 2017.Weather forecast is perfect for that night. Location isBlaenduad plantation. Grid ref.SN400343.on right after leaving Cwmduad..Meet in Currys car park.Carmarthen at 08.45 pmwhen we can poss … Continue reading →
Wales Nature Week, a bird ringing demonstration at the Morfa Berwig Local Nature Reserve near Bynea on SUNDAY 4th JUNE at 8am. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL contact Isabel Macho at email@example.com or call 01558 825390. … Continue reading →
Sad to report the passing of club member Ann Causley following a short illness. Her Funeral will take place at Llanelli Crematorium on Friday 5th May at 3.00pm..
The MV Balmoral will be doing two trips from Milford Haven Docks on Wed 21st and Thurs 22nd June this year. The Wednesday trip is aimed towards people who would like to sail around Skomer/Skokholm and Grassholm islands to observe … Continue reading →
Changing nameservers so expect one or two glitches over the next 24 hours or so.
Now is a good time to get rookery counts in, the birds should have just about finished building and the trees are bare enough to make counting easier. Also consider submitting counts to the Rookery Database, I have added the … Continue reading →
A glowing review of the 2015 Bird Report on the Birdguides website. … Continue reading →