Ceredigion – vice county 46

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Bird-recording in Wales is based largely on the Watsonian vice-county system. The boundaries of Ceredigion VC46 (formerly Cardiganshire) are identical to Ceredigion unitary authority.

County Bird Recorder

Russell Jones, Bron-y-Gan, Talybont, Ceredigion SY24 5ER – looks after WeBS, county records and rarities. Email: russell.jones@rspb.org.uk

County Bird Report

The Ceredigion Bird Report is now published as a PDF and is available for download on the WOS website. The 2017 report can be accessed here; the 2018 report here; and the recently published 2019 report here.

Bird Club

Although there is no bird club, monthly field trips are organised for resident and visiting birdwatchers. Click under Contacts on the Ceredigion Birds blog for details.

British Trust for Ornithology

Naomi Davis Email: CardiganshireBirds@gmail.com Organises all BTO surveys apart from those by Russell Jones (see County Bird Reporter above)

Recent Sightings

Local Site Information

Birds of Ceredigion, by Hywel Roderick and Peter Davis (2010). An historic review of the county’s birds, written by two former county recorders, illustrated by local photographers and funded by local birders. £16.50 from local bookshops. The Birds of Cardiganshire, by Geoffrey C.S. Ingram, H. Morrey Salmon and W.M. Condry (1966). Published by West Wales Naturalists Trust. Out of print.

Online Atlas

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