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Latest Sightings.

Cuckoo - Webbs Wood - Robin Griffiths Hobby, 2 Spotted Flycatcher - Pewsey - Tony Pym
Peregrine - Beanacre - Margaret Rolls
Red Kite - Bradford on Avon - Caroline Street, Viki Hess 6 Raven - Wylye - Bjorn Howard Cuckoo - W...
4 Spotted Flycatcher, 4 Sedge Warbler, Garden Warbler, 4 Raven, 2 Red Kite - Chippenham - Joanna Hut...
ROSE-COLOURED STARLING - Moredon, Swindon in the Lulwoth Road / Cheddar Road area - Neil Cowley 2...

Hobby and WOS News

Hobby contains the Wiltshire Bird Report and is published annually. WOS News, the Society's quarterly bulletin, provides regular communication and updates for members. Both are provided free to WOS members.

Birds of Wiltshire

This widely acclaimed book, published in 2007, is a complete avifauna of the county and includes an atlas of the county's birds from summer and winter fieldwork during 1995–2000. Publications

Earlier publications on Wiltshire's birds

Before the formation of WOS, sightings in the county were published in the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine (WANHM) — the first annual report for the county was for 1929. Prior to Birds of Wiltshire, there were three significant books on the county's birds. See more

Bibliography

A more or less complete list of all ornithological publications concerning Wiltshire, originally compiled for Birds of Wiltshire, is available in a Publications.

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