WOS cash helping birds in Wales
Projects to increase our knowledge of Curlews in mid-Wales, to provide nesting sites for Swifts in Cardiff and to trial thermal imaging cameras to monitor Lesser Black-backed Gulls on Skomer have been awarded funds in this year's WOS small grant scheme. Read more

Latest rarity: white stork, Caernarfon/Anglesey

Student Research Award
Are you an undergraduate or masters student of birds in Wales? Or a tutor/supervisor of one?
We have £200 and the chance to publish a paper in our journal Birds in Wales for the winner of our 2014 student research award. The deadline for submissions is 31 July. Click here to find out more and help us to promote the Award by displaying this poster (pdf).

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New avifauna for Radnorshire published