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The Welsh Kite Trust

The Welsh Kite Trust

In 1993 the Welsh Red Kite population stood at 100 known pairs.The Countryside Council for Wales and RSPB had agreed previously that this milestone would signal the end of funding for full annual kite monitoring within Wales, because there were many other competing demands on limited resources.
It was generally felt by the watchers that this withdrwl was premature and the continuation of annual monitoring was essential.As a result, the Welsh Kite Trust was formed in 1996.
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Carmarthenshire Bird Club Carmarthenshire Bird Club
Welcome to the Carmarthenshire Bird Club Website
Here you will find information on the latest sightings made by the members and visitors to the website. You can also find a list of forth coming events for Bird Club Members.
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Gower Ornithological Society

Gower Ornithological Society

The Gower Ornithological Society was founded in 1956 and has always played an active role in conservation. The Society produces an annual bird report ‘GOWER BIRDS’, (the first was produced in 1968), a regular Newsletter and holds monthly Indoor and occasional field meetings. GOS has always been quite a small society, with current membership at around 100, but has always been active, taking part in various surveys in conjunction with the BTO and WWT etc. and has produced a Breeding Atlas for West Glamorgan and Checklists for the recording area. To join the Gower Ornithological Society, please contact our Membership Secretary, Peter Douglas-Jones , or download a membership form.
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Gwent Ornithological Society

Gwent Ornithological Society

Gwent Ornithological Society web site has recent sightings and photo gallery.Click here to view this web site

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Gwent Wildlife Trust

Gwent Wildlife Trust

Gwent Wildlife Trust covers the lower Wye and Usk river valleys and the Severn Estuary in South East Wales. The Trust was set up in 1963 to purchase its first nature reserve, Magor Marsh and now has over 30 wildlife sites. We are registered charity and a member of the Wildlife Trusts Partnership, the largest voluntary organisation concerned with wildlife protection.

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Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust

Montgomeryshire and its wildlife
Montgomeryshire is home to some very special wildlife, including the red kite, otter, lapwing, pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly and dormouse. It is a landscape clothed with important habitats such as oak woodland, unimproved grassland and heather moorland.
But with almost every acre required to "pay it's way", traditionally rich wildlife habitats are dwindling – and with them goes our wildlife. We cannot afford to lose any more of our natural heritage.

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Welsh Avifauna

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