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You can get your copy for just £15 (+£3.50 P&P), or become a Friend of the Isles of Scilly Bird Group and get your copy and postage included.

Join ISBG today

Or order from:
Carole Cilia, Membership Secretary

e: membership@scilly-birding.co.uk
t: 01720 423540
h: Hivernia, Jackson’s Hill, St Mary’s,
Isles of Scilly TR21 0JZ

Paid-up Members and Friends should have received their copies in the post by the end of September. You may purchase copies this October at the Logs at the Scillonian Club, St Mary’s and the Turk’s Head, St Agnes.

2022 Review Highlights:

  • Full of superb artwork and photos, including artwork on the front cover for the first time
  • Full details of all 246 species seen in 2022, which included many exciting rarities
  • Finders’ Reports on Scilly’s first Blackburnian Warbler, first Crag Martin, 3rd Pechora Pipit, 6th Myrtle Warbler and several others
  • A special gallery of photos of the stunning Blackburnian Warbler
  • Reports on the long-awaited acceptance of a North American Horned Lark in 2001 as the first for Britain and also the sighting of a radio-tagged Tenerife-breeding Grant’s Storm Petrel clipping UK territorial waters 350km SW of Scilly
  • Articles on rockpooling, eradicating rats from Round Island and rescuing stranded eels from a dried-up Porthloo Duck Pond
  • Comprehensive annual reports on:
    • bird ringing, colour-ring sightings and seabird monitoring
    • cetaceans and other sea creatures
    • butterflies, moths and other insect groups
    • bats and other mammals
    • plants
  • The Isles of Scilly Bird Checklist – updated and packed with information.

Back copies also available

2021 – £10
2002, 2005-2020 inclusive – £5
Plus P&P (subject to number of copies purchased)
Order from Carole Cilia – address above.

Sharing your sightings and photos

We are always looking for you to share your sightings and photos for inclusion in the next Isles of Scilly Bird and Natural History Review.

Find out more about submitting your records here and how to submit your photos here.

Sooty shearwater © Joe Pender