West Midland Bird Club

Annual Report, 1930s

(Report Numbers 1–6)
Year (and number) Cover
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(in addition to regular items)
1934 Report

Observations on Bartley Reservoir.

Report on Special Species.

Titled "Report on the Birds of Warwickshire and Worcestershire prepared under the direction of the Birmingham Bird Club".

Listed 25 Members and Correspondents.

Edited by H. G. Alexander.

No cover price.

32 pages.

1935 Report

Principal Publications on the Birds of Warwickshire and Worcestershire.

Bartley Reservoir.

Curdworth Marsh.


Gailey And Bellfields[1]

Titled "Second Annual Report on the Birds of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and South Staffordshire".

Price 1s 6d (8p), as it remained throughout the decade.

South Staffordshire added to recording area.

Included a pull-out map of the region.

38 pages.

(like the above)

Rotton Park Reservoir, Edgbaston[2]

Ringing Recoveries.

34 pages.
(like the above)

The Birds of Edgbaston Park.

Bird-Life in Sutton Park.

36 pages.
(like the above)

Bittell Reservoirs.

For the first time the Club's financial statement was published in the Annual Report. It showed income from Members' subscriptions to be £7–0–0 and subscriptions from Associates to be £17–10s (£17.50). The cost of printing the Annual Report for 1937 was £15–8s–6d. (£15.42)

The last report edited by H. G. Alexander.

36 pages.

(like the above)

Some Notes On Lapwings.

Rotton Park Reservoir.

A. J. Harthan became editor.

16 pages.

Thanks to Peter Dedicoat for much of the above information, andAndy Thomas for the loan of his reports.

[1^] Bellfields is now known as Belvide.

[2^] Rotton Park Reservoir is now known as Edgbaston Reservoir.

© West Midland Bird Club, 147 World's End Lane, Birmingham, England B32 1JX
Registered charity, number 213311

Ornithology in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire & the West Midlands county, since 1929.

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