The Birdwatcher's Yearbook was first published in 1981 and has been an essential work of reference for British bird watchers of every level of experience and interest ever since.

The Birdwatcher's Yearbook 2018


Written by Neil Gartshore, who has more than 25 years working working in the nature conservation field, including a 15-year spell at the RSPB's Arne reserve, key features for 2018's edition include:

Updated checklists of British birds, butterflies and dragonflies to help you log your sightings.
A birding calendar including a list of birding events and monthly diary pages
Information on over 370 UK nature reserves
Contact details for county, national and international birding groups including bird recorders, BTO reps, WeBS organisers, RSPB local groups and wildlife trusts
Lists of international birding organisations
Directories of wildlife lecturers, photographers, artists, art galleries and trade outlets of interest to bird watchers
Tide table information from January 2018 to April 2019 for coastal bird watching hotspots
Weekly sunrise and sunset times for London, Manchester and Edinburgh for 2018
Special features including 'Eastern Bulgaria', 'The African Bird Club - 25 years on' and 'Best Bird Books of the Year'

The Birdwatcher's Yearbook comprises 328 pages including black and white illustrations and black and white maps.


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