Gibraltar Bird Report 2018 online

Welcome to the 2018 issue of the Gibraltar Bird Report.

Unlike the previous 17 issues, this is the first Report that is being published solely on-line. This edition and its predecessors are freely available to all visitors to the Gibraltar Ornithological and Natural History Society (GONHS) website. The intention is that the Report will be accessible to a wider readership than before, and at much lower cost to the Society, printing and postage costs now being prohibitive.

The report can be downloaded from the page https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/0BzYiYWBFgJW8VDN2bjFXYlBTb2s  , where all Bird Reports are located, or from the Bird Reports page below the tab 'News & Info'.

Griffon Release

Griffon Release

Last week, the GONHS Raptor Rescue Unit released a wild Griffon Vulture that had been brought down by Yellow-legged Gulls on the 5th June.  The bird had landed on a cliff in the South District and was being mobbed by gulls. 

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GONHS AGM & Outings Postponed

GONHS AGM & Outings Postponed until further notice

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Wintering Seabird Outing

Wintering Seabird Outing

An enjoyable Wintering Seabird Outing held at Europa Point on the afternoon of the 19th January 2020 was well attended with about eighteen keen birders and photographers at the site.

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Kestrel Flies Again

Kestrel Flies Again

The Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society (GONHS)
 
Press Release
4 December 2019

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Bryophytes & Lichens Outing

Bryophytes & Lichens Outing

The Bryophytes and lichens outing took place on Saturday 16th November, with a cold 9˚C start to the morning.  This however did not stop the eager few who attended.

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GONHS visits Notre Dame First School

GONHS visits Notre Dame First School

In the latest in a series of visits to local schools, GONHS Raptor Unit’s section head, Vincent Robba, visited Notre Dame First School.

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Gibraltar Bird Report 2018  online

Gibraltar Bird Report 2018 online

Welcome to the 2018 issue of the Gibraltar Bird Report.

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Eurobirdwatch 2019 a success

Eurobirdwatch 2019 a success

Over 500 participants attended a successful Eurobirdwatch 2019.  With groups at Jews' Gate, Commonwealth Park and at Europa Point in the afternoon.

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