Download our journals

Our journal, Birds in Wales, is published twice each year (January/February and September/October), and in addition we publish the Scarce and Rare Birds in Wales on behalf of the Welsh Birds Rarities Committee (November). Journals and reports published within the last two years (2018 – 2019) are available on this page. All publications earlier than this are now stored digitally in the Biodiversity Heritage Library, where they are fully searchable. You will need a pdf viewer to access the files.

You can download the full index, which contains links to the relevant sections of the Biodiversity Heritage Library.

You can also download back numbers of our E-newsletters here.

Minutes of Council meetings and Annual General Meetings, and annual accounts are published in our archive.

February 2018

Welsh Bird Report 2016 – Birds in Wales 14: 3

  • Marsh Tits and Willow Tits 
  • Morfa Madryn Reserve
  • Promotion of Bird Surveys and Monitoring in Wales
  • The Welsh List: A Checklist of Birds of Wales

October 2018

Birds in Wales 15: 1

  • Peregrines
  • Choughs
  • Manx Shearwaters
  • Greenland White-fronted Geese
  • Ring Ouzels

November 2018

Scarce and rare birds in Wales 2017

February 2019

Birds in Wales 15: 3

  • Welsh Bird Report 2017
  • Welsh Ringing Report for 2017
  • Welsh Nest Recording Report for 2017

July 2019

Birds in Wales 16:1

  • Orielton Duck Decoy
  • Hen Harriers in Wales 2016
  • Population trends of Merlins in the Cambrian Mountains
  • The status of the Dotterel in Wales
  • The UK Rare Breeding Birds Panel
  • The Glamorgan Bird Club Swift Project

November 2019

Scarce and rare birds in Wales 2018

February 2020

Birds in Wales 16: 3 – Welsh Bird Report for 2018

  • Systematic list
  • Ringing and nest recording report for 2018
  • Updates to the list of birds in Wales
  • County and other bird reports 2018
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