The Birds of Christchurch Harbour
Published each year by CHOG and provides a full record of birds and other wildlife in and around Hengistbury Head, Stanpit Marsh and Wick Fields.
- Over 140 pages
- 8 plates of colour photographs
- Review of the ornithological year
- Full systematic list of species
- Finder’s account – Buff-Breasted Sandpiper
- Breeding bird survey results
- Two reserve reports
- Two Butterfly reports
- Mammal, reptile and amphibian summary
- Lower Avon Valley Report
- Other topical articles
Price £8.75 inc. P&P
The Birds of Christchurch Harbour 1956-2019
Now available on USB Memory Stick
Since the first ‘Attempted Ornithological Survey’ in 1956, Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group (CHOG) has published its annual report – The Birds of Christchurch Harbour. All the reports, including colour photographs, are now available in searchable format on a USB memory stick which allows for much quicker searches than the original CD, although a few of the latter are still available. Also included is the one-off 1988 publication, The Birds of Christchurch Harbour in the 19th Century by Tony Wise, as well as two maps of the Harbour with the commonly referred to localities and a comprehensive searchable index. This simple, but effective utility allows you to type in a species’ name or keyword and be instantly guided to all recorded instances.
ORDER YOUR COPY NOW from the Membership Secretary: Ian Southworth, 1 Bodowen Road, Burton, Christchurch, BH23 7JL. Tel: 01202 478093 Email: email@example.com.
Price Only £15 + 1.25 P&P
Prices £2.75 inc. P&P for all available years
The below reports are, unfortunately, now sold out.
Birds of Christchurch in the Nineteenth Century
A 1988 publication by Tony Wise that chronicles some quite amazing historical records, including Britain's first White's Thrush and the 1888 irruption of Pallas's Sandgrouse.
Price £4.25 inc. P&P