Published in August 2023, the latest annual report details the birds recorded in 2022 together with the usual ringing report.
The next project (that may take a couple of years to complete) will be one on Hoverflies. You can see an Excel ‘map’ of the number of species currently on the National Recording Scheme database as of 2022 here. Many Read More
Our latest publication was sent to members at the end of March 2023. A very readable work by Phil Smith giving the reader a flavour of the insects to be found along the Sefton coast. The from cover features a Read More
Everyone should have received their 2021 Bird Report by now – hope you like it. The Society will have a stand in the Wigeon Room at Martin Mere on 15/16th October 2022. It’s always good to meet up with members Read More
We will be holding our Annual General Meeting virtually via Zoom on Saturday 5th March at 10 am. Invitations have been sent out to those who’ve an email address.
Following on from the enormous success of his Micro-moth Field Tips published in 2017 and by popular demand, Ben Smart has compiled a second volume to help to identify the early signs of micro-moths in and around the north-west of England. Designed as Read More
The new Lancashire Bird Report has been published and sent to members.
This year’s AGM will be held via ZOOM in common with most communal events these days. It takes place on Saturday 6th March, 10am. Please contact Dave at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.
The latest publication of the Aculeates has been extremely well received, so much so that I’ve virtually run out of copies though it is still available through NHBS. Post-publication, we regrettably found that a species of mining-bee – Tormentil Mining-bee, Read More
Our new book on Bees, Wasps and Ants of Lancashire, written by Ben Hargreaves of the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, will be coming through the post to members shortly. I’m pleased to say that membership is at an all-time high, so Read More