Shropshire lacks a nineteenth century Avifauna because the man working on one died in 1892 halfway through the writing species accounts. All his work, including nine separately-published avifauna drafts will be appear in November in “William E Beckwith’s Nineteenth century Birds of Shropshire, with notes on surrounding districts”. View PDF of Flyer

The Historical Ornithology of Shropshire see:

Management Plan for Farasuto Forest Community Nature Reserve, Western Division, The Gambia – please see

British Trust for Ornithology

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Shropshire Wildlife Trust

Shropshire Ornithological Society

Natural Shropshire

Gate fastenings of the Shropshire Hills (A3 poster). A bit of fun after five years working in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 2007. Download


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