Volunteers required for a breeding Rook surveys 

Two Rook surveys are being held alongside each other during the springs of 2022 and 2023 with the aim of gaining a better understanding of the population and distribution of this familiar, yet declining member of the crow family breeding here in East Glamorgan and across Wales.   These surveys are being led by the... Continue Reading →

East Glamorgan Bird Report, 2019 published

The latest annual bird report from the Glamorgan Bird Club has just been published.  It is the 58th report for our region, and the 11th under the guidance of the Glamorgan Rarities Committee. The Eastern Glamorgan Bird Report No 59 (2019) is presented in B5 format and contains 98 pages reviewing the birding year in our region.... Continue Reading →

Getting to know your nesting neighbours

Many of us, I’m sure, over the last few weeks, have seen birds carrying nest material or even food for those early broods of chicks. It’s a fantastic sight, isn’t it? This spring, in my garden in Cardiff, I’ve been lucky enough to have a pair of Dunnocks and Blackbirds nesting. I usually have Blue... Continue Reading →

Stay connected : garden birdwatching

I'm sure, like me, during this period of great uncertainty you derive great comfort from birds and nature and want to continue recording useful information about them. Many of us who are lucky enough to have gardens are turning to them more than usual to enjoy nature and to be outdoors, to learn, and to... Continue Reading →

New Wetland Bird Survey Report: East Glamorgan’s contribution

Last week, BTO published the latest Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) Report. Covering 2018-19, it is, as usual, full of fascinating information and is well worth a read. Each ‘WeBS year’ runs from July to June - and it couldn’t have been produced without the amazing dedication of 3,290 volunteers who visited 2,846 wetlands across the... Continue Reading →

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