- AGM on 25th March will feature a talk by Mark Avery, writer and commentator on environmental issues, titled 'The extinction of the Passenger Pigeon - what are the lessons for us today?'
- Wintering Smew are responding well to EU Special Protection Areas
- BBC Radio 'docu-drama' tells the story of how the bird observations of WW2 POW's led to publication as scientific papers
- Amazing animation brings to life the migration of Honey Buzzards to and from Holland
- Unusual orange-headed birds reported in Ireland.......
- Four-winged dinosaur found in China is the largest discovered to date.
- If you see any 'smart' behaviour from Rooks, please share your observations in a new BTO study.
- Crane chicks born at Slimbridge are the first recorded for 400 years
- All welcome to Trowbridge on 24th May to The BTO Garden and Urban Wildlife Conference
- Tree Sparrow conservation on Marlborough Downs goes from strength to strength
Where to Watch
Information on some of the best locations for birdwatching in the county is provided here. (Information is only available for some sites at present, but more will be added shortly.)
Please read these guidelines on safety and access if you are considering visiting Salisbury Plain.
A total of 318 species have been recorded in Wiltshire. More information is provided here. A complete list of the species and their status will be provided shortly.
Information about WOS
Wiltshire Ornithological Society was formed on November 30th, 1974, and has grown in recent years to more than 500 members.
Our mission is to encourage and pursue the study, recording and conservation of birds in Wiltshire