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CHOG Online

CHOG Online provides CHOG members with a growing library of online resources, that they can refer to at any time and read and listen to online. There are more than 150 items published to date.

Some of the items may complement or expand on articles that appear in the printed annual report, or relate to events organised by the CHOG Committee. But it is intended that over time, most content will be made up of contributions by the wider CHOG membership. Currently, members’ contributions make up 41% of the published items.

The content has been structured so that it can be accessed in a number of different ways – either by date of posting (most recent first), or by topic, or by type (e.g. video recordings).

Use CHOG Online to explore items of interest about the Harbour and the surrounding area. Catch up with the latest postings, or explore a subject area that is of interest to you. Or simply while away some spare time reading articles, browsing photo montages, or watching and listening to videos.

And while you’re exploring, please consider whether you have something you could contribute – whether that be a short article, a photographic ‘montage’, or a video recording. 

The CHOG Committee hopes that CHOG Online will add to your enjoyment of being a member of the Group. If you wish to provide feedback, such as suggestions for how the portal, structure or content could be improved, or if you have an idea for an item you’d like to contribute, please email the editor here.

What’s new?

In the last month or so we’ve added:

  • a review of the new edition of ‘Where to Watch Birds in Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight’
  • a recording of a presentation on ‘Unravelling the Mysteries of Bird Migration’
  • an announcement about the new CHOG Kindle eBook 2016 to 2020
  • a summary of the birds you can expect to see in the Harbour in December
  • a photo montage of Egrets and Grey Heron

How do I access CHOG Online?

Simply click on the link below and enter the access code*, then follow the instructions to be taken to the CHOG Online portal. Once you are at the portal, you can bookmark the page in your browser for easy future access.

Access CHOG Online here.

* The code you need is in the ‘CHOG Online’ section of ‘The Birds of Christchurch Harbour 2020’. It was also in the Members’ eBulletin sent by email to all CHOG members at the end of November 2021.

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