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Devon Bird Sightings
Lower Tamar Lake
Torridge U3A Group, Isley Marsh, North Devon.
Occombe farm, Preston, Paignton
Bonapartes Gull in Kingsbridge!
Joining Devon Birds means that you get our quarterly updates and a copy of the Devon Bird Report free.
You also get the opportunity to meet like minded people at our branch meetings, but most importantly you help us to support important projects that aid the protection of Birds in Devon and provide funding for both research and the maintenance and up keep of our reserves.
As everybody at Devon Birds is a volunteer, all of the money we receive goes towards these aims
Unfortunately, AVIAN FLU is still an issue across the UK and the following instructions should be followed when it is suspected
Do not touch or pick up any dead or visibly sick birds that you find.
Call the DEFRA helpline on 03459 335577 if you find:
- one or more dead bird of prey or owl
- 3 or more dead gulls or wild waterfowl (swans, geese and ducks)
- 5 or more dead birds of any species
Devon Birds AGM 2023
The 2023 Devon Birds Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 18thApril 2023 at the Exeter Court Hotel, Kennford , Exeter EX6 7UX.
An Agenda for the meeting will be published nearer the time.
The meeting will be followed by a talk by John Walters.