Wales' wildlife after Brexit
A Senedd Committee inquiry is looking at land-use in Wales once the UK has left the Common Agricultural Policy. We are supporting a campaign seeking to restore wildlife, help farmers to protect nature and deliver sustainable food production. More information is on the RSPB Cymru blog, and we urge our supporters to make their views known to the CCERA Committee.

The RSPB has created a simple e-action for you to make your voice heard, and you can help spread the word on social media, using the tag #wildlifefriendly.

Beached Bird Survey, 25/26 February
Puffin (Mark Hipkin)RSPB Cymru needs volunteers to walk a section of beach and record dead birds, oil and litter for this long-running survey. If you can help, please email Amy Doore to say where you will survey. Download the survey form (MS Excel), safety guidance and last year's results. Bird Clubs can use this poster to promote BBS.

Latest rarity: Red-flanked bluetail, E Glam

Read our January sightings round-up, exclusive to birdsinwales.org.uk >

little tern (Eric Woods)

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