Latest 2017 WILDCOMS newsletter - now available

The WILDCOMS Spring 2017 newsletter has been published. The newsletter includes reports from The Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme and other schemes involved in the WILDCOMS network including The Scottish Raptor Study, The Wildlife Incident Investigation Scheme, Disease Risk Analysis and Health Surveillance Programme, Cardiff University Otter Project and Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA). There is a news item from the Vulture Conservation Foundation and a list of recent scheme publications. 

If you would like to see a particular topic in the WILDCOMS newsletter, contact us about other WILDCOMS related matters, or be added to our mailing list please e-mail the WILDCOMS coordinator Jacky Chaplow.

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If you find a dead bird of prey telephone us (01524 595830) or Contact us and see the How to send us a dead bird page.

 

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