Kent Bird Report

The Kent Bird Report is published every year and describes the status of each species in Kent and a summary of birds recorded during the year of the review.

The report also contains periodic articles about different aspects of bird life and ornithology in the county

All members receive a free copy of the Kent Bird Report

The latest report covering 2018 was published in August 2020. We anticipate the 2019 report being available in July 2021.

Copies of the latest report and some back copies are available from Chris Roome, Rowland House, Station Road, Staplehurst, Kent TN12 0PY (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) at £12 plus £3.00 postage and packaging.

Kent Bird Report

Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

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Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

Thomas Randall’s recollections of some Kentish Birds 1895-1912 Gillham, E.H.

Obituary – C.W.R. Knight Elphicke, M.

Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

Obituary – Richard Beresford Burrowes Gillham, E.H.

Obituary – Geoffrey Warren Avery Gillham, E.H.

Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

Short-eared Owls & some other Birds of Prey on the North Kent Marshes 1.2.1955-6.6.1955 Gillham, E.H.

Notes on the numbers and movement of Woodpigeons to and from a Northward Hill roost 1955. Phillips, G.C.

Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

Short-eared Owls & some other Birds of Prey on the North Kent Marshes 1.1.1954-31.1.1955 Gillham, E.H.

Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

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Editor(s): E.H.Gillham

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KOS logo 72 Help support the work of KOS to record and monitor bird life in Kent by becoming a member

Membership costs £12 a year. Member benefits include:

  • A free copy of the annual Kent Bird Report
  • Regular newsletters throughout the year
  • Special access to the bird sighting database
  • On line meetings and talks
  • Free guided field trips
  • Discount on the Kent Breeding Atlas

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