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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 295 items published to date. [If you are not yet a member of CHOG and would like to trial CHOG Online click here.]

Some of the items may complement or expand on articles that appear in the 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 54% 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). A summary of the topics available on CHOG Online can be viewed here: CHOG Online Topics. Take a look – if there’s something you’d be interested in learning more about, then join CHOG to get access!

 

What’s new?

NEWS FLASH!  BBC’s Countryfile at Hengistbury Head

 

During late June/early July we added these items:

  • there have been some recent taxonomic changes to the All-time Harbour List; a ‘Phylogeny vs. Taxonomy’ article explains why
  • a summary of the birds you can expect to see in the Harbour in July
  • a report of the Outdoor Meeting at Pig Bush, New Forest on 1st June
  • July species of the month – Common Reed warbler
  • the third photo montage in a series about Odonata of Wick and Hengistbury
  • an account of the CHOG/BCP Outdoor Meeting in Mude Valley on 9th June
  • an examination of the taxonomic relationships between Harbour gull species

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.

To access CHOG Online using the new access code click here.

To continue accessing CHOG Online using the existing (old) code click here.

* The new access code is in the ‘CHOG Online’ section of ‘The Birds of Christchurch Harbour 2023’. If you are a fully paid up member of CHOG and have not yet received your Green Report or printed copy of BoCH 2023, please contact the Report Editor. Note that the old access code will expire at the end of July. If you have not yet done so, re-join CHOG now to ensure that you can continue to access CHOG Online after that date.

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