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13 January 2016

The ‘Birds of Caithness’ DVD was published in December 2015 by Caithness SOC.  It is the distillation...


01 October 2015

Waterston House, SOC headquarters, was officially opened on 1st October 2005 by Magnus Magnusson, best known for...

28 July 2015

The SOC is a long-standing supporter of the Scottish Raptor Monitoring Scheme, and many of our members have made...

28 July 2015

As part of the ongoing work to try and understand why the kestrel has declined so rapidly in Scotland, Gordon Riddle...

27 July 2015

From 1986 to 2009 Scottish Bird News ran for 91 issues and included all manner of articles and Club news...

15 July 2015
A table of some early arrival dates for summer migrants in Scotland is available to view online.

Compiled by Angus...

19 June 2015
UNDERSTANDING PREDATION PROJECT – CAN YOU HELP?

Establishing a shared understanding of predator-prey interactions...

07 June 2015
The EuroBirdPortal (EBP) project

The EuroBirdPortal (EBP) project and its demo viewer (www.eurobirdportal.org)...

08 April 2015

Scottish Birds Records Committee (SBRC) is seeking a new member for the committee to replace Hywel Maggs, who...

12 March 2015
Young Birders’ Training Course Investing in the future of wild bird conservation 4th – 11th July 2015,

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