2005 REPORT: Now Available

The 2005 report is now with members. This year's publication is again well over 80 pages, and includes a full account of the year and a comprehensive systematic list that details all of the 219 species recorded for the period. There are also 8 plates of colour photographs, most of which are previously unpublished; also finder's accounts for what is potentially the first official Elegant Tern for Britain, and Dorset's third Spotted Sandpiper. The autumn saw a spectacular visible migration and there is a special article describing the phenomena, during which over a quarter of a million birds were counted. If you are not a member, it costs just £5.00 to join and you will receive a complimentary copy of the report. Last year's is already out of print! Click here for details of how to join CHOG. Finally, thanks to Leo Pyke for all her hard work in getting another excellent publication together.

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