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Pic of the Week: American Royal Tern, Hayle Estuary, 3/6/19. Mark Halliday.

The Archive for 2019 can be found HERE

The 2018 Archive is located HERE and click HERE to view the full 2017 Archive.

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New Membership Secretary:  as of 1st May Carol Hughes has taken over from Angela Moore as Membership Secretary for the Society. Carol writes: “I was born in Cornwall and have lived the majority of my life in the small village of Ruan Lanihorne. I gained an interest in wildlife as a whole quite late in life, but have been a member of Wild Roseland (link) since its inauguration and hold several positions. I have been recording for the BTO, Wildlife Trust and UK Butterfly Conservation for many years and help with a number of wildlife surveys. I have recently taken up an interest in moths and was lucky enough to find a first for Cornwall in my first year.”

The Society is very grateful to Angie for her many years of tireless service as Membership Secretary, and wishes her all the best in her future endeavours.

Membership enquiries and requests should continue to be sent to membership@cbwps.org.uk , where they will now be directly received by Carol. Other details can be found on the Society Contact and Membership pages in the ‘About’ section in the header above.

*May 2019 News*: Please see the News section for updates and expanded versions of news snippets from this Recent Sightings header section – updated 6th May

For all the latest from the society and bird-related news in Cornwall please see the Recent Sightings page, including breaking news and important announcements.

Personal Privacy Data Regulations – The personal data of Society members is held on the CBWPS Database for Society purposes only so that we can provide services in accordance with our Membership Terms and Conditions. See the Society Privacy Policy under the ‘About’ section in the header menu above.