Radnorshire / Sir Faesyfed – vice county 43

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Bird-recording in Wales is based largely on the Watsonian vice-county system. Radnorshire VC43 is the central third of Powys unitary authority.

County Bird Recorder

Pete Jennings, The Old Farmhouse, Choulton, Lydbury, Shropshire, SY7 8AH.

Tel: 01588 680631

Email: radnorshirebirds@hotmail.com

County Bird Report

The Radnorshire Bird Report appears in the newsletter of the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust. Available to RWT members from Warwick House, Llandrindod Wells, Powys. LD1 6AG. Tel: 01597 823298.

The Report is also available from Pete Jennings radnorshirebirds@hotmail.com

Bird Club

Radnorshire Bird Group co-ordinates bird recording and surveys in the county of Radnorshire (VC 43) through the county recorder. Pete Jennings radnorshirebirds@hotmail.com.

Events are organised through the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust.

British Trust for Ornithology

Carlton Parry

Tel: 01597 824050

Email: cj.parry@tiscali.co.uk

Recent Sightings

Local Site Information

Birdwatching site guide: Where to watch birds in Wales, by David Saunders and Jon Green, is published by Helm (4th edition, 2008) and features all the places that are known for their birds, with maps of many, and details of access and the wildlife you might expect to see at each time of year (ISBN 9780 71367 484 2). RRP £16.99

County avifaunas: (1) The Birds of Radnorshire by Pete Jennings (2014). 300 page, hardback, includes an introduction to the county and details of the past and present status for all the 254 species recorded in vice-county 43. Written by Pete Jennings (county bird recorder) and illustrated by Alan Harris, plus 32 photographs of the county’s main bird habitats. It is available for £30 (p&p free) from Pete Jennings, The Old Farmhouse, Choulton, Lydbury, Shropshire, SY7 8AH (cheques payable to Pete Jennings).

(2) Birds of Radnorshire and Mid-Powys, by Martin F Peers (1985).

(3) A handlist of the birds of Radnorshire, by G.C.S. Ingram and H.M. Salmon (1955). Out of print.

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