Cambrian Bird Report
We publish the Cambrian Bird Report annually, listing bird sightings for the previous year. This gives an account for each of the bird species seen in our area during that year. We aim to make the report interesting reading for birdwatchers, so that you can compare your sightings with what others have seen and get an idea of the best sites to see particular species. It is also a useful tool for conservation agencies, giving an idea of how well different species are doing in the area compared to previous years. The first Cambrian Bird Report covered the years 1953-54, and since then there has been one report for every year – more than 60 years' worth of bird records.
Bird Report Editor : John Small, 4 Roosevelt Terrace, Llandudno Junction, LL31 9EA
Tel. 01492 592510
The Cambrian Bird Report for the current year is free to members. If you join now, you will get a copy of our latest report when it is published.
Copies for sale
Cambrian Bird Report 2018
This is available for sale from:
Geoff Gibbs, Fron Wen, Valley Road, Llanfairfechan LL33 0ET Tel. 01248 681936
The cost is £7.20 including postage, and cheques should be made payable to “Cambrian Ornithological Society”.
Reports from some previous years are also available for sale at reduced prices. Contact Geoff Gibbs for availability and prices.
Cambrian Ornithological Society Publications
Every year, we publish the Cambrian Bird Report. Click here for more details [link to 11 Cambrian Bird Report].
We have also published other books, which are available for sale:
Birds of Caernarfonshire by Rhion Pritchard.
Cambrian Ornithological Society, 2017. 293 pp.
Price: £10.00 for COS members, £12.00 for non-members, + postage and packing £2.00
[Photo of cover of Birds of Caernarfonshire]
Adar Meirionnydd : Birds of Meirionnydd by Rhion Pritchard.
Cambrian Ornithological Society, 2012. 212 pp.
Price: £5.00 + postage and packing £1.50
Available from: Rhion Pritchard, Pant Afonig, Hafod Lane, Bangor, LL57 4BU.
Cheques should be made payable to “Cambrian Ornithological Society”.