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Recording birds is key to ensuring that we are able to make informed decisions on conservation matters and understand population changes and what might drive them
Records from your everyday birdwatching are vital, so learn how you can make the most from your sightings by submitting them to us
Details of species for which we don’t publish records during the breeding season
The Society runs occasional surveys of its own, but members can also contribute to other national and regional surveys
As of the end of 2020, the official Cornwall mainland list stands at 452 species.
See which species require different levels of detail when reporting, including those needing a full description
The definitive tetrad (2x2km) Atlas shows the distribution and abundance of all regular species in both summer and winter
Grid references and location of some of the key birdwatching sites in the county
Cornwall County Bird Club - Promoting conservation, collecting bird news for the annual bird report, daily sightings and more - https://t.co/5mh5LuHIZm
Yellowhammer. Bodmin moor this week.
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Join your county bird club online to help support our work and receive various membership benefits.
‘CORNWALL BIRDS (CBWPS)’ is a trading/working name of Cornwall Bird Watching & Preservation Society