Why do we produce the bird reports? Our purposes are:
- To present a detailed list of species seen and counted during the year, and for this to be as complete as possible, particularly to assist the conservation of bird populations within the area.
- To present the data from the records in a way that, hopefully, is readable for the general public and especially for birders who provide the data.
- To present the data in a way that is useful to anyone, from any agency, who may wish to check on the local status of any species.
If you would like to receive a report as soon as it is prepared with an invoice for the cover price plus postage and packing, please contact the Recorder and send your name and postal address.
The report for 2016 costs £5 + £1.70 p&p.
Please see some sample pages: 2016 report sample pages
We have available some copies of previous reports and documentation:
Flintshire Ornithological Society
This file contains a near-complete compilation of FOS newsletters from 1966-1972. I am very grateful to Oliver Prys-Jones for scanning them and making them available.
Pages 66-75 of this file are the Flintshire Bird Report 1969-71.
Clwyd Ornithological Society bird reports:
1975 - 1977
1978 - 1979 (from this copy on they were called 'Clwyd Bird Report')
1980 - 1981
Each of these costs £3 to photocopy.
There were 'Clwyd Bird Reports' produced by the Clwyd Bird Recording Group for the following years:
1993 - 1995 1993-95 report download (194 Kb)
1996 - 1998 No report was produced for these years
These Clwyd Bird Reports are now out of print.
North-East Wales Bird Reports:
2004-2006 £2.00 2004-06 report download (1.98 Mb)
2007 £2.00 2007 report download (2.46 Mb)
2008 £2.00 2008 report download (2.87 Mb)
2009 Out of print. 2009 report download (3.5 Mb)
2010 Out of print. 2010 report download (6.88 Mb)
See review of 2010 report on Dee Estuary website.
Download sample pages: Sample pages 2013
Post and packing is £1.70 for one report and £3.00 for any other number of reports. Please order from the Recorder.
Last updated: 3 January 2018