The new Lancashire Bird Report has been published and should be with members very soon.
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
Hot off the presses in record time, the 2019 Lancashire Bird Report will be winging its way to members in the coming days. 160 full-colour pages in the new large format. £8.50 plus £2 postage for non-members – contact the Read More
Brian Hancock has reviewed the Pug records since the publication of the pug book in 2018. There have beed some interesting records including two new Pugs for the region and another two potentially close by. The supplement can be viewed Read More
We have a lot of new contributors to the writing team this year and with virtually all expected submissions received, it’s time to start writing the systematic list sections. A list of the authors can be found below. Section 2019 Read More
This year’s Annual General Meeting will take place at Mere Sands Wood Education Centre at 10am on Saturday 7th March 2020. Look forward to seeing many of you there.
Many thanks to those who’ve answered the call! We’re delighted to have seven new volunteers to contribute to the bird report this year so hopefully we should be able to stick to our usual schedule!
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of one of the stalwarts of the Bird Report and fantastic birder, Barry McCarthy. Regularly seen patrolling Marshside, his knowledge of the birds of the Sefton Coast and places Read More