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:

CBS News 2020

The 2020 issue of the newsletter of the Countryside Bird Survey, published in March 2020.

I-WeBS Core Count Form (Word)

Word version of the Core Count form for submitting Irish Wetland Bird Survey counts.

I-WeBS Core Count Form (PDF)

PDF version of the Core Count form for submitting Irish Wetland Bird Survey counts.

Minutes of Annual General Meeting 2019

Crowe et al. 2015 – International Swan Census 2015, results from Ireland

Results of the 2015 International Swan Census in Ireland, as published in ‘Irish Birds’ – the scientific journal of BirdWatch Ireland. Crowe, O., McElwaine, J.G., Boland, H. & Enlander, I.J….

Hall et al 2016 – Icelandic Whooper Swan 2015 international census

Results from the 2015 International Swan Census, on the wintering grounds of the Icelandic Whooper Swan population. Published in ‘Wildfowl’, the Journal of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT). Hall,…

International Swan Census 2020 Count Form

Form for recording Whooper and Bewick’s Swan counts during the International Swan Census, 11th and 12th January 2020. Alternatively, counts can be submitted online.

Planting for Birds

Tips for some trees and shrubs you can plant in your garden to make it more bird and wildlife friendly throughout the year. Some plants are great sources of natural…

Irish Garden Bird Survey Form (2019/20)

This is the form to use to record your garden birds on for the Irish Garden Bird Survey 2019/20, which starts in December 2019.

I-WeBS News 2019

The newsletter for I-WeBS counters, published in August 2019 in advance of the 2019/20 I-WeBS season.

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