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

06 February 2015

Slavonian Grebes on the Clyde estuary

The status of many birds on the Clyde estuary has changed since the...

05 February 2015
Individual of Mull Eagle Watch and BBC Springwatch fame

A juvenile White-tailed Eagle,...

30 January 2015

We’re thrilled to confirm that the SOC, in partnership with the Isle of May Bird Observatory, will be running...

04 December 2014

The national WeBS is organised by the BTO, and in Scotland coordinated by the SOC. In the Clyde area we have had...

27 October 2014
David Parnaby – a new member of SBRC

Scottish Birds Records Committee (SRBC) welcomes David Parnaby as new member...

12 September 2014

How do tits communicate predatory threats? What happens to ‘our’ summer birds when they leave our shores? Where do...

04 July 2014

The 2014 Summer Migrants Arrival table, brought to you by Birdline Scotland, is available to view on the...

02 July 2014
New SOC pin badge

A new SOC pin badge is now available (actual size c. 25mm x 23mm). Thanks to artist Chris...

17 January 2014

For the first time ever, the birdlife of Clackmannanshire has been systematically recorded to produce an...

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