Staffordshire (now 2,713 km2) occupies the Northern portion of the Club's region. The largest city in Staffordshire is Stoke-on-Trent. Lichfield also has city status, though is considerably smaller. Major towns include Burton upon Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Cannock, Tamworth and the county town, Stafford.
Staffordshire borders (clockwise from the West) Shropshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Warwickshire, the West Midlands county and Worcestershire.
You can observe birds anywhere in the county — from your own garden or windowsill, to local parks, but below we list places of special interest.
The Club has branches in Stafford and Tamworth.
Please report your sightings to the Staffordshire County Recorder.
Permits for the Club's reserves are available to members either through "inclusive" membership or separately.
The inclusion of a site in this list does not signify freely available public access — permits may be required.
There is a map of all the Tame Valley reserves (including some in Warwickshire).
Select the OS references (e.g. SK1813 ) for maps.
Staffordshire County Council and the following councils have responsibility for a number of issues which affect birds, including planning, pollution control, managing parks and running museums. The Peak District National Park Authority also has a remit convering part of the county.
Although we record birds according to modern county boundaries, some wildlife (such as insects and plants) is recorded according to Watsonian vice-counties , based on traditional county boundaries and unaffected by subsequent local government changes. The Staffordshire vice-county is numbered “39”.
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Ornithology in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire & the West Midlands county, since 1929.
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