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Brecknock Birds
Dedicated to the sightings of birds in and around Brecknockshire
Carmarthenshire Biodiversity Website
What is Biodiversity - Biodiversity is, literally, the variety of life on earth. It embraces all living plants and animals (including mankind), their genetic variation and the ecosystems on which they depend. Biodiversity is everywhere: in gardens, fields, hedgerows, mountains, cliffs and in the sea. Biodiversity represents quality of life. It gives pleasure, interest and an appreciation of our natural environment.
Dean Birders
Birdwatching information, gallery, and daily photo reports from the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire maintained by and for disabled and housebound birdwatchers.
Glamorgan Bird Club
Sightings and news for the Glamorgan area
Gwent Ornithological Society
Bird and other sightings from Gwent
Pembrokeshire Bird Group
As you will see it has info about the Bird Group, birding sites in Pembrokeshire and links to other sites which have details of bird sightings in Pembrokeshire. We hope that the site will prove of interest to birders within Pembrokeshire and to visitors alike.
Radnor Bird Blog
Radnor Bird Blog offers birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts a place to report bird sightings in and around the county. Until now, there has been no regional site to report and record sightings in Radnorshire. This site aims to fill that gap, and thereby foster and encourage birdwatching and conservation as a whole in Mid Wales. It will also build up a picture of birds resident in Radnorshire and migrants passing through.
The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust
Founded in 1946 by the artist and naturalist Sir Peter Scott (1909 - 1989), WWT has 9 visitor centres around the UK, where people can get closer to wetland birds and enjoy spectacular wetland landscapes
Troserch Woods
Troserch woods are now back in public ownership. This neck of ancient woodland, up the Morlais River from Llangennech, was first acquired for the nation by the Forestry Commission in the 1950s, then stripped of its native trees and replanted with softwood conifers. In the early 1990s it was sold off to private investors, partially felled, and then reopened to the public in return for grants. Early in 2006, with the 10-year access agreement coming to an end, the woods were up for sale again. On September 29th after a six month campaign and thanks to a grant from Cyd Coed the woods were bought back for the community. Troserch Woodlands Society, set up in April 2006 now has well over 200 members. The Morlais has good populations of Dipper and Grey Wagtail and the occasional Kingfisher whilst the woods themselves host wintering Woodcock and in the spring are alive with warblers, mostly Chiffchaff and Blackcaps but also Willow and Wood Warblers. We have also had a small number of Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers drumming in the woods plus a regular community of Yellowhammer on the approach roads. Why not pay us a visit?
Welsh Ornithological Society
Promotes the conservation and study of wild birds in Wales Maintains a high and unified standard of bird recording in Wales
Publishes the journal Welsh Birds twice a year, which incorporates the Welsh Bird Report and various papers relating to birds in Wales.
Publishes a members Newsletter twice a year with various articles on Welsh Birding.
Supports other organisations working on the conservation and study of wild birds in Wales.
Provides a forum and national voice supporting other orrrnithological societies in Wales.
Has its own rarity panel assessing Welsh records.
Keeps an archive of Welsh Ornithological records.
Holds an annual Conference.
Adopts a bi-lingual policy
Welsh Wildlife Website
Wildlife and plant images from around Great Britain.