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Cymdeithas Adaryddol Cymru
Welsh Ornithological Society
Cymdeithas Adaryddol Cymru
Welsh Ornithological Society
Cymdeithas Adaryddol Cymru
Welsh Ornithological Society
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Welcome to WOS - Birds in Wales

“Ni yw’r corff cenedlaethol i uno adarwyr ac adaregwyr ledled Cymru – ymunwch â ni i frwydro dros adar Cymru.”

Iolo Williams

WOS is the national body which aims to unify birdwatchers and ornithologists across the whole of Wales.  To do so, we actively support bird conservation in Wales, by funding research and encouraging publication of papers and articles related to birds in Wales. WOS represents affiliated local and county bird clubs and groups with the country agencies and Welsh Government to help conserve birds in Wales. We encourage students to present their studies to a wider body of birders with an annual Student Award. This is presented at our Annual Conference. We also support young and older birders alike, through Small Grants for research and fieldwork.

Welcome to WOS
Birds in Wales

“Ni yw’r corff cenedlaethol i uno adarwyr ac adaregwyr ledled Cymru – ymunwch â ni i frwydro dros adar Cymru.”

Iolo Williams

WOS is the national body which aims to unify birdwatchers and ornithologists across the whole of Wales.  to do so, we actively support bird conservation in Wales, by funding research and encouraging publication of papers and articles related to birds in Wales. WOS represents affiliated local and county bird clubs and groups with the country agencies and Welsh Government to help conserve birds in Wales. We encourage students to present their studies to a wider body of birders with an annual Student Award. This is presented at our Annual Conference. We also support young and older birders alike, through Small Grants for research and fieldwork.

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WOS membership survey

Thank you to all the WOS members who completed our survey questionnaire. There have been some really insightful comments on what WOS should be doing and these were really useful in informing the annual review of our five-year strategy (the current one runs up until 2026) at the July Council meeting.

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