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10 August 2022

There can’t be many of us who haven’t seen the effects of avian influenza (HPAI) first hand, and even fewer of us who...


14 July 2022

A new initiative by the Borders branch of the Club to uncover breeding evidence of Nightjar - one of...

20 June 2022

Published: July 2022

We're aware of the ongoing situation with Avian Flu and the alarming numbers of dead...

16 May 2022
VACANCY: SOC Vice-President Birding and Science

The Vice-President Birding and Science is one of five office...

17 January 2022
* Please note, in light of the Easter holiday break, we've extended the application deadline to 11.59pm on Sunday 24th
06 January 2022

Early January is a great time for making resolutions, and for making your decisions about what you’d like to achieve...

14 December 2021

PRESIDENT: Remit

The President is one of five post-holders, elected by the membership at an Annual General...

23 September 2021

Sunday 19th September 2021 would be a welcome day off for me in my busy university life, and so, seeing the decent...

01 September 2021
*Apologies- applications for this opportunity are no longer being accepted*

The SOC and Joint Nature...

31 March 2021

Last year, the Crested Tit Lophophanes cristatus scoticus was re-submitted to the UK Rare Breeding Birds Panel (RBBP)...

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