Our common garden birds need your love! Show your love by sponsoring one of them for the new Birds in Wales.

We’re doing well on sponsorship for the new Birds in Wales with two thirds of the design and production costs now raised and most of the iconic and many of the rare species sponsored, but we’d really like to see some of the familiar common garden birds – such as Wren, Dunnock, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Blue Tit and Great Tit – shown the same amount of love as well!

With the wealth of valuable material and photographs we’ve gathered, WOS Council has agreed to expand the book from its original 480 pages to a revised total of 608 and this inevitably means that the costs have increased. It’s not a bottomless bucket that we’re seeking to fill (unlike most government IT contracts!) but we do need more sponsorship support to fill the bucket.

Will you help? You can go to What we’ll publish and what it will cost to learn more about this and go to Progress up to July 2020 to see how we’re getting on. Most importantly, please have a look at Species Sponsorship to see what’s available and give us that helping hand to fill the bucket!

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Current login problems

A quick message to all members:  we are currently changing our membership system and that means new passwords for all members.   Letters giving you the new details are on their way but may take a bit longer than usual to arrive.   In the meantime, you may have problems logging in to the membership areas.

Due to these problems we have made all membership areas accessible without logging in for the time being.

If you are having ongoing problems please contact the membership secretary with your login details and problems.

Apologies for the timing of changing passwords and arrival of letters has not happened in quite the right sequence. Thank you for your continued support of Welsh Ornithological Society.