Links to other sites

Important National Links

This section contains links to a number of important national web sites of ornithological and general interest.

Bird On Everything you need to know about birds and also "meet" our late Patron Chris Mead.

Birdguides A premier website dedicated to birdwatchers everywhere, offering news of UK rarities, an online reference and video library.

Focalpoint For all your birding hardware.

Natural England Natural England conserves and enhances the natural environment.

The British Ornithological Union 

The Fat Birder Links up birding enthusiasts from all over the world. It carries detailed information for UK birders.


The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust 

Regional Links

This section contains links to a number of important local, relevant Web sites.

Andrew Weir's Nature and Wildlife Photography This site contains some stunning pictures including a gallery from Woolston Eyes.

Birds of the Dee Estuary A look at all the key birdwatching sites of the Dee Estuary.

Birdwatching in St Helens Birdwatching news and events in and around St Helens.

Camodaves Photos of birds visiting a Barnton garden and more

CAWOS Cheshire & Wirral Ornithological Society.

Cheshire Tourist Information 

Colin Woolf - Leading UK Wildlife Artist Colin is one of the UK's leading wildlife artists and a long time hands on supporter of Woolston Eyes providing many unique drawings and paintings which feature in our reports and cover sheets. He works in pure watercolour and also oils, with a talent which sets him apart from most other wildlife artists of today. Delicate plumage, atmospheric landscapes and dramatic skies are all distinguishing features of Colin's work. With an instinctive 'feel' for an animal's character and in-depth knowledge of its anatomy, he captures the true essence of his subjects and brings them alive. His unique art can be viewed and purchased from his website and by clicking the link provided. A beautiful birding area on the River Lune Estuary in Morecambe Bay.

Knutsford Ornithological Society 

Lancaster and District Birdwatching Society 

Mersey Estuary Conservation Group The Mersey Estuary Conservation Group (MECG) is a registered charity formed in 1987 and is open to any organisations and individuals whose aims include the study or conservation of fauna and flora. The object of the Group is the conservation of the Mersey Estuary, its habitats, fauna and flora, for the advancement of science and for the education and benefit of the public.

Merseyside Naturalists' Association Joining the Merseyside Naturalists' Association is the green way to see wildlife. We arrange field trips to nature reserves, usually by coach, public transport or car sharing. Our members have a wide range of natural history interests.

Moore Nature Reserve The website for a nearby reserve which is well worth visiting

rECOrd Information from the new Local Record Centre for Cheshire

RSPB Macclesfield Local Group 

The Cheshire Wildlife Trust Information on the Trusts Reserves in Cheshire

The Fylde Bird Club 

The Liverpool RSPB Members Group 

Shared Links Project

The shared links projects is now defunct. However, we continue to include links to other sites which also point to ours. - nestbox project A guide to nest boxes, why you should have them and how to build your own

binoculars-expert A UK-based firm selling a wide range of binoculars. A US-based site with a mine of useful information.

Birdwatching Trip Reports An ever growing number of free birdwatching trip reports from around the world.

Clipsley Pets & Aquatics A family-run pet shop based in Haydock, St Helens. They stock a wide range of products for pets, wild birds and reptiles, both in-store and online.

North West Birds A quality short birding breaks service in the North West of England with expert guided birdwatching.

Recycling Goods  A recycling web site designed to keep useful items out of landfill.

West Midland Birding  Andy Thomas, Details of birds in my local area and in the West Midlands as a whole.

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