A quiet end to an extraordinary year, with long stayers but little in the way of new rarities – Little Bunting probably the most interesting.
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Welcome to the WOS bird photography competition 2020/2021! This is the first time we’ve held a competition like this and it’s going well, but there’s still plenty of time for more entries, especially from young photographers. Click here for more details – closing date is 28 February 2021.
We are now inviting applications for small grants of up to 75% (maximum £1000) for fieldwork in 2021. Only one grant was awarded in 2020 and the fieldwork has had to be postponed until 2021 because of COVID, but this doesn’t reduce the amounts available for the coming year. There is guidance on how to apply and what you might apply for, together with an application form here.
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Scarce & Rare Birds Monthly Summaries
Several photogenic Snowbuntings on the north and west coasts, with a new King Eider in Pembrokeshire and at least two different Caspian Gulls.