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Satellite-tagged Carmarthenshire Woodcock heads for Russia PDF Print E-mail

A first winter female woodcock satellite-tagged on the edge of the   Crychan Forest on 26th Feb as part of a research project by the Game and   Wildlife Conservation Trust, assisted by the Woodcock Network, has commenced   her spring migration back to her breeding grounds in Russia? Since christened   Rebecca, her progress can be followed online and there is an opportunity to   sponsor her in order to fund future research.

Pictures of the bird when caught can be seen at http://midwalesringers.blogspot.com   and her migration can be followed at http://www.woodcockwatch.com/

2006 & 2007 Bird Reports PDF Print E-mail

The reports are now online in the 'Bird Reports' link

Last Updated on Friday, 03 February 2012 15:32
Gazetteer PDF Print E-mail

The Gazetteer is now online, each site has it's grid reference, Tetrad number and a link to a map. If you have a location that you reguarly submit a posting on and it is not listed i.e. My back garden etc could you let me know please with the location and a grid reference. Special thanks to Kirsty from leggingsfordays.co.uk for kindly restocking us with some thermal undergarments and leggings for those of us out in the field!

Thanks, Mark

Last Updated on Friday, 03 February 2012 15:32
Starlings PDF Print E-mail

Starlings are coming into roost on the Bittern reed beds, the birds are starting to appear between 1600 and 1630hrs. There are approximatlety 8000 birds, it only lasts for about fifteen minutes.

It can been seen from the Peter Scott hide, centre path or the Coastal path.

Wendell Thomas and Nigel Williams

The BTO part of the Atlas is finished PDF Print E-mail

Thank you for all your efforts. We are continuing to collect records for the Carmarthenshire for another year. The same rules continue; the same way of submitting sightings continues; Go to www.bto.org and follow the links to the atlas. You can book tetrads for timed visits or submit roving records. Exactly as before. Please put in one extra year and help the collection of info on Carmarthenshire birds.

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