Publications

Discover a wide range of publications from the BirdWatch Ireland archive

In addition to our membership magazines, Wings and Bird Detectives, BirdWatch Ireland issues a wide range of factsheets, articles, reports, scientific papers and other publications about birds and biodiversity in Ireland. Select from our Archive below:

Cape Clear Bird Observatory Annual Report 2022

Bird Detectives 24 Winter 2022

Wings – Number 106 – Winter 2022

Irish Garden Bird Survey Form – Winter 2022/23

Survey form for the Irish Garden Bird Survey in winter 2022/23. Once completed, you can enter your results online, photograph the form and email it to gardenbirds@birdwatchireland.ie, or send it…

Irish Garden Bird Survey results – Winter 2020/21

Results from the Irish Garden Bird Survey for Winter 2020/21, as originally published in the winter 2021 edition of our membership magazine ‘Wings‘.

Burke et al. 2018 – Irish Waterbird Population Estimates 2011/12-15/16

Updated waterbird population estimates to 2015/16 based on I-WeBS data from the Republic of Ireland and WeBS data from Northern Ireland, as published in Irish Birds.

Burke et al 2022 – International Swan Census 2020 Results, Addendum

Addendum to main results of the International Swan Census 2020 in Ireland, which were originally published in Irish Birds in 2021.

Burke et al. 2021 – International Swan Census 2020, results from Ireland

Results of the International Swan Census 2020 in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. The census is carried out every five years to determine the population size, distribution and…

CBS Species Trends 1998-2021 (Methods)

Background and methodology for calculation of Countryside Bird Survey (CBS) species trends, 1998-2021.

CBS News 2022

The 2022 edition of ‘CBS News’ – the annual newsletter of the Countryside Bird Survey.

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