10 reports returned.
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County Recorder (Caernarfon)
County Recorder (Meirionnydd)
Cymdeithas Adarydda Cambria - Cambrian Ornithological Society
A salutory lesson on why note-taking is important, and an insight into the work of the BBRC. read on
The Isle of Anglesey
The bird life is rich and varied, and the island is well worth a visit any time of year as Steve Portugal explains. log in
The British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) has added Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) to Category A of the British List following the acceptance of a bird seen at South Stack, Holy Island, Anglesey on 4th-5th October 2001. read on
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