London Natural History Society The place for wildlife in London

London Natural History Society - The place for wildlife in London

About LNHS

London's biodiversity faces new challenges from climate change and development pressure. You can contribute to the conservation of wildlife in the London area by helping to record the changing fortunes of the many species that live here. Together with our historic records, this information will help us to tackle the conservation issues of the future.

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 The London Natural History Society comprises of a number active sections focussing on specific taxonomic groups or wildlife sites.

Through our many field meetings and indoor meetings we provide opportunities for our members to develop and extend their their knowledge of London's diverse bird life. These include plenty of events that are suitable for beginners.

For many years we have been collecting and publishing a significant body of information, records and scientific papers about London's birds in our annual London Bird Report.

Bird Recorders

A full list of the LNHS bird recorders for different geographic areas can be found on the Who We Are page and contact details can be found on the Contact Us page.

London Bird Report 2014

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This issue of the London Bird Report includes a paper about the Peregrine Falcon in Central London, details of only the third ever record of Blyth’s Reed Warbler in London and a study of the influx of Great Skuas in London in October 2014.

Introduction and Acknowledgements: Pete Lambert

Review of the Year: Nick Rutter

Birds of the London Area

A summary of the status of all the birds that were reported in London in 2014.

Ringing Report: Paul Roper

The Breeding Bird Survey in London: Ian Woodward

The Peregrine Falcon in Inner London: David Johnson

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Blyth’s Reed Warbler at Wanstead Flats, June 29th 2014: Nick Croft

Changes to the London Area List and Published Rarities: Andrew Self

The Bonxie Influx in London in October 2014: Andrew Moon

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Reminiscences of a London Birder: Andrew Moon

The Birds of The Warren, Bexleyheath, 1988-2014: Andrew S. Waller

A Breeding Bird Survey of Barnes Common and Putney Lower Common: Jan Wilczur

Checklist of Birds of the London Area and Guide to Contributors of Records

 

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