Wigeon at Balscote © Derek Hales Red Kite at Balscote © Richard Dunn Reed Bunting at Balscote © Tony Clark Teal © Trevor Easterbrook

This new paper, published on World Curlew Day on 21 April 2022, describes the current and historical status of the Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata in an area of 1200 square kilometres centred on Banbury.   Click here to link to the paper Read more ...

Curlew River  -  Jan Guilbride

This meeting will focus on presenting an update on BOS Curlews and a discussion on BOS conservation Read more ...

 

The Long Day Count is carried out by teams of observers in each of the twelve 10km squares recording the number of bird species seen during a maximum of 12 daylight hours on the second Sunday in May each year. Read more ...

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