Publications

Five books covering Sandbach Flashes have been produced and the SECOS Recorder has produced an annual bird report from 1986 until 2010 and still produces an annual newsletter ready for the start of the new season. For many years the club has also produced an interesting and informative monthly newsletter.

SECOS Monthly Newsletter “The Observer”

Ready for each indoor meeting, John Thompson produces an interesting and informative newsletter.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Monthly Newsletter

Summary of Bird Sightings in the SECOS Recording Area

Although we no longer produce the annual report for the whole SECOS recording are, John Thompson has produced a summary of the sightings received during the year.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Summary of Bird Sightings

Bird Report for various sites

Although we no longer produce the annual report for the whole SECOS recording are, there are reports produced for various sites with the area.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Site Bird Reports

SECOS Annual Bird Report

SECOS Recorder, Colin Lythgoe, has produced and annual bird report each from 1986 to 2010.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Annual Bird Report

The Birds of Sandbach Flashes 1935 to 1999

Written by Society members Andrew Goodwin and Colin Lythgoe this book was published in September 2000.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to The Birds of Sandbach Flashes

A Supplement to the Birds of Sandbach Flashes from 2000 to 2009

Written by the SECOS Recorder, Colin Lythgoe this book brings up to date the records for sightings during the previous 10 years.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Birds of Sandbach Flashes

Notes on Birds of Sandbach, S.E. Cheshire by R B Sibson MA

A paper written by R B Sibson detailing his observations between September 1935 and July 1939 and reproduced in the North Western Naturalist.
For more information and to be able download a copy go to Notes on Birds of Sandbach SE Cheshire

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