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The Cheshire and Wirral Ornithological Society. THE county society, that caters for the amateur and expert birdwatcher alike, has much to offer...

  • A commitment to:
    • conservation issues
    • local bird studies (select SURVEYS on Menu)
    • species recording (select RECORDING on Menu)
  • A nationally acclaimed annual Bird Report... (Link)
  • An unrivalled newsletter: BIRD NEWS... ( Link)
  • An acclaimed County bird atlas... (Link)
  • A winter programme of monthly illustrated talks (Link)
  • Grants and Bursaries (Link)

THE birdwatchers' voice for Cheshire and Wirral, actively liaising with county and national conservation organisations, local councils and landowners.

News Highlight:
The Annual Bird Report for 2014 is now available. The 176 pages of text include 77 maps, graphs and tables, and 15 beautiful illustrations from three different artists. As usual, the colour map of the county forms the centre spread of the Bird Report. A total of 18 colour photographs, which best capture some of the highlights of the year, are spread over seven full pages. Click on the image to read the synopsis.
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Site last updated: 23 April 2016