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 →

Breeding Bird Survey Training

Enrich your experience, gain confidence in your skills and add value to your birding Would you like to join a team of almost 3,000 volunteers across the UK who help monitor the fortunes of our most common and widespread breeding birds? The Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) is designed to be a simple and enjoyable birdwatching... Continue Reading →

Keep your eyes peeled for colour-ringed curlews

As part of the head-starting efforts by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) at Slimbridge, no fewer than 50 Eurasian Curlew chicks have been colour-ringed to allow further study after their release. As a result, WWT is asking all birders to submit any sightings of the birds. Away from Slimbridge, Curlews have also been colour-ringed... Continue Reading →

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