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No matter what level of birdwatcher you are, there is a survey for you, whether with the Society or with other organisations.
Get involved with this exciting initiative to help protect one of our most iconic summer visitors, whether by recording parties of screaming Swifts or putting up nest boxes locally.
Find out how important your Chough sightings are to help us track the expanding population along our coasts.
Everyone can track the fortunes of their nesting birds by taking part in this simple survey to record nests in your garden and beyond.
Records from your everyday birdwatching are vital, so learn how you can make the most from your sightings by submitting them to us via BirdTrack.
The BTO Heronries Census has been ruunning since 1928, recording the fortunes of one of our most enigmatic breeding birds.
This lil one was found wandering a Falmouth street and brought in by police officer on behalf of some boys who found them, gave box and some of their pasty 🥟🥰
Bit optimistic on the pasty eating as weighs 131g (also not exactly right food) but BIG thank you to them 💚💚 @CBWPS1
Male Common Redstart up in the pine trees on Bodmin moor.
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‘CORNWALL BIRDS (CBWPS)’ is a trading/working name of Cornwall Bird Watching & Preservation Society