Next Indoor Event

11/12/2019 (Wed)
Britain's Wintering Blackcaps - Where do they come from and why are they here?
By: Benjamin Van Doren
Blackcaps are now a common sight in British gardens, but they were rare winter visitors just 50 years ago. Benjamin Van Doren will discuss new insights from a collaborative effort to study the migrations and behaviour of this fascinating bird—one of few migratory species succeeding during a time of global change.

Next Outing

24/11/2019 (Sun)
Dinton Pastures, Berkshire
Dinton Pastures, Berkshire

Bird News

Date Species Count Site Who
2019-11-01Hawfinch1HighmoorBJWy
2019-10-29Great Cormorant12Oxford: city centreSL
2019-10-27Egyptian Goose4Dorchester: Dyke HillsSL
2019-10-24Kingfisher1Dukes LockSL
2019-10-22Green Sandpiper2ApplefordBJWy
2019-10-22Stonechat1ApplefordBJWy
2019-10-22Kingfisher2Oxford: Longbridges Nature ParkSL
2019-10-22Great Egret1Rushy CommonJPro
2019-10-22Barn Swallow1Rushy CommonJPro
2019-10-20Black Redstart1Farmoor ReservoirDJ
2019-10-17Ring Ouzel1WoodcoteEFG
2019-10-17Grey Partridge15Culham: Furze BrakeAFR
2019-10-17Barn Owl2Culham: Furze BrakeAFR
2019-10-13Rock Pipit3Farmoor Reservoir: CausewayDJ
2019-10-13Black-headed Gull150Iffley: Iffley MeadowsSL
2019-10-13Carrion Crow25Iffley: Iffley MeadowsSL
2019-10-08Barn Owl1Stanton St. John: Stanton St. John PitCEB
2019-10-08Mistle Thrush8Oxford: Christchurch MeadowSL
2019-10-04Rock Pipit1Farmoor Reservoir: CausewayDJ
2019-09-30Tawny Owl1RisinghurstAGG
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