• Scotland's Bird Club

    Upper Forth

    Headquarters

Area covered:

Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling (excluding Clyde basin).
Council areas of Falkirk and Clackmannan together with Stirling, excluding Loch Lomondside and other parts of the Clyde drainage basin. Not including the Endrick Water, ie Fintry and Balfron. Carron Valley Reservoir is included, but it is proposed that Clyde should cover all the forests south of the reservoir.

 

Local recorder for the area:

Chris Pendlebury

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3 Sinclair Street, Dunblane, FK15 0AH

07798 711134

 

Assistant recorder for the area:

Neil Bielby

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56 Ochiltree, Dunblane, FK15 0DF

01786 823 830

 

Upper Forth Area Bird Report

The Upper Forth Area Bird Report is published annually in The Forth Naturalist and Historian journal. The journal provides a medium for papers and information relevant to naturalist and historical interests of the Forth / mid Scotland area. As well as the Bird Report, the Journals also contain other bird related articles.

Editor:

Neil Bielby

Latest issue:

2017 report, published in journal volume 41.

Cost:

£12, which includes membership of the Forth Naturalist and Historian Journal if so desired. 

Available from:

Can be purchased directly either from Smiths Book Shop, Stirling University Campus, or the Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Dumbarton Road, Stirling. Copies can also be obtained by post from Dr Roy Sexton, 22 Alexander Drive, Bridge of Allan, Stirling FK9 4QB (p&p charges may apply).

Back issues:

Please contact Roy Sexton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (or as above). Volumes 40, £5 plus £2 p&p and all earlier volumes are £2 plus £2 p&p per volume.

 

The Birds of Clackmannanshire

For the first time ever, the birdlife of Clackmannanshire has been systematically recorded to produce an ornithological atlas for the County. Click here to read more about it.

 

Useful Links:

Visit the SOC Central Scotland branch page

Find out more about BirdTrack

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