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The Migratory Wood Warbler by Malcolm Burgess RSPB

The Migratory Wood Warbler

Malcolm Burgess, Principal Conservation Scientist at the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science, will highlight recent studies of the declining Wood Warbler population.

The talk will take place at the South Devon Group meeting on Monday 21st November, 7.30pm at The Courtenay Centre, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2QA (near the Cricketfield car park). The meeting will last about 2 hours, including a refreshment break.

£3 members, £4 non-members, including tea/coffee.

For more information please email Jeff Hacon.

Download the Dartmoor Bird Report 2021

Dartmoor Bird Report 2021

The Dartmoor Bird Report 2021, compiled by Peter Reay and Fiona Freshney, is available to download free of charge.

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Devon Bird Atlas

Devon Bird Atlas

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The Devon House Martin Project

The Devon House Martin Project

Help us with a “Citizens’ Science” exercise to establish why House Martins across Devon are in serious decline.

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