The Birdwatchers' Code

Following The Birdwatchers' Code is good practice, common sense and should enable us all to enjoy seeing birds.

The Birdwatchers' Code

- Avoid disturbing birds and their habitats – the birds’ interests should always come first
- Be an ambassador for birdwatching
- Know the law and the rules for visiting the countryside, and follow them
- Send your sightings to the County Bird Recorder and the Birdtrack website
- Think about the interests of wildlife and local people before passing on news of a rare bird

For a more detailed explanation of the Bird Watchers' Code please take a look at the links below. There are also some useful links for recording birds or if you need to report injured birds or anyone acting illegally.

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Birds Habitats And The Law Rare Birds Keep Records
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