Our quarterly member's magazine


Our quarterly members magazine, Wings, is packed full of news and information including regular features such as:

  • Latest News
  • Site Guides
  • Species Features
  • Photo Galleries
  • Events and Branch Information
  • Reviews
  • Rare Bird News

In the current issue

  • Part two of our handy guide to Ireland’s finches, by Niall Hatch.
  • In his Spring Diary, Dick Coombes reports on the birds to look out for during the upcoming season.
  • Build your own nestbox: our handy DIY guide.
  • Ballymun Nature Photography, a Michael Keating photo gallery.
  • Ringing tales: Garden Birds, Brian Burke fills us in on a year of ringing birds in his Co. Wicklow garden.
  • Spirit of the River: an exclusive interview with author Declan Murphy about his forthcoming book.
  • Ainmneacha Éanlaith Éireann: our regular Irish-language column about the origins of Irish bird names, by Fearghas MacLochlainn.
  • The Meaning of LIFE: as our five-year EU LIFE-funded Roseate Tern conservation project comes to an end, Dr. Stephen Newton discusses our efforts to save one of Europe’s most threatened seabirds.
  • An update on last winter’s Winter Swan Census.
  • Stephen McAvoy on the Rare Bird News from autumn 2020.
  • Conserving wildlife in buildings: Irene Sullivan and John Lusby report.
  • The importance of Dublin Bay for roosting waterbirds, by Tara Adcock.
  • The behaviour of Hen Harriers in winter, by Alan McCarthy.
  • A Slice of Magic: Wyn Beere introduces us to the rich wildlife of his Co. Dublin garden.
  • Plus lots, lots more!

Wings – Number 100 – Spring 2021

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