linkgreen1b1a1d7a2f3 200AD / see Meddens, B. (1987) and Hammon (2011), Roman Wroxter bones

viewgreen1b1a 1535–1543 Leland, J. The itinerary of John Leland

viewgreen1b1a1 1634 Anon. Food and accommodation for a Lord visiting Shrewsbury, MS

viewgreen1b1a3 1668 (published 1958) Wood, A.. (Ed.) The Continuation of the History of The Willoughby Family.

viewgreen1b1a4 Early, 1668, record of what must have been a Nightjar near Ludlow.

viewgreen1b1a2 1738? Anon. “Pickmore Poole” (now Burlington Pool, SJ780110)

viewgreen1b1d 1770 Pennant, T, British Zoology

viewgreen1b1d1 1772+ Shrewsbury Chronicle – ongoing

viewgreen1b1d2 1774+ Salopian Journal – various ongoing

viewgreen1b1c 1789 Walcot, J. Synopsis of British Birds

viewgreen1b1 1802 Rodenhurst, T. Description of Hawkstone, p.20. A reference to Raven nesting

viewgreen1b4 1803 Plymley, Archdeacon J.A. General Review of the Agriculture of Shropshire. Ch.11. Wastes. pp.221–27

viewgreen1b1b1 1831 Montagu, G. & Rennie, J. Ornithological Dictionary of British Birds

viewgreen1b1b 1832 Slaney, R.A. Smaller British birds. London

viewgreen1b 1836 Leighton, W.A. A Guide through the Town of Shrewsbury, pp.149–52. A tiny volume about 10cm square, the copy in the Shropshire Archive being in a delicate state. The section Birds seen in the neighbourhood of Shrewsbury is to acknowledged to John FM Dovaston Esq. AM of Westfelton.

viewgreen1b2 1836 Eyton, J.C. Rarer Biritish Birds. London

viewgreen1b3 1836 Salway, T. A Notice of the discovery of the Skeletons of Swifts and Starlings in the Tower of the Church at Oswestry, Shropshire

viewgreen1 1837 Hulbert, C. History & Description of the County of Salop. 1st end. (Appendix) Birds, wild animals, and reptiles of Shropshire

viewgreen2 1838 Eyton, T.C. An attempt to ascertain the Fauna of Shropshire and North Wales in the Annals and Magazine of Natural History. No. II in Vol. II pp.285–293
Acknowledgement: This paper was obtained from the Biodiversity Heritage Library website online collection. Our thanks to the BHL and also to the Natural History Museum, London for making the material available for digitisation.

viewgreen2b 1839 Eyton, T.C. An attempt to ascertain the Fauna of Shropshire and North Wales in the Annals and Magazine of Natural History. No. III in Vol. 2 pp.52–56.
Acknowledgement: This paper was obtained from the Biodiversity Heritage Library website online collection. Our thanks to the BHL and also to the Natural History Museum, London for making the material available for digitisation.

viewgreen2b1 1839 Dovaston, J.F.M. (1782–1854). Mr Dovaston’s lectures on natural history. Shrewsbury

viewgreen2a 1841 Ward, T.O. The Medical Topography of Shrewsbury and its Neighbourhood. pp.98–100, Appendix 2

linkblue3a 1843+ The Zoologist , often abbreviated to Zoologist, began as a monthly journal in 1843 and continued into the early 20th century when it was superceded by British Birds which began publication, also monthly in 1907.

viewgreen2a2 1843 Yarrell, W. Zoologist. Vol 1. Note on the occurrence of Birds lately ascertained to be British.
The first published reference to the Shropshire ‘Short-toed Lark, (Alauda brachydactyla, Temm.)’. I am indebted to Mark Adams of the British Museum, Tring, for drawing my attention to this paper. The specimen is not in the national collection at Tring.

linkblue3c 1853+ The Field

viewgreen2a4 1854+ Wellington Journal – ongoing

viewgreen2a3 1854 Riddell, J. The Greater Spotted Woodpecker. Morris’s Nature. 1836. 4:235

viewgreen2a1 1855 Cathrall, W. The History of Oswestry.
Cathrall acknowledges his source as Mr Cross of Oswestry. “The following list, (pp.206–07) formed more than twenty years ago … will show the neighbourhood has long abounded with fine specimens of the feathered creation.” Followed by (p.208) “Mr Cross’s specimens are of recent date, many … taken during the last twelve months”.

viewgreen2a5 1864 Newton, A. On the Irruption of Pallas's Sand-Grouse (Syrraptes paradoxus) in 1832. Ibis

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2e1 1865 More, A.G. On the distribution of birds in Great Britain in the nesting season

linkblue3 1865 & 1866 Rocke, J. Ornithological Notes from Shropshire in Zoologist in four parts;
Part 1 in 1865a Vol. 23: 9683–9688,
Part 2 in 1865b Vol. 23: 9775–9781
Part 3 in 1866a Vol. 24: 76–84
Part 4 in 1866b Vol. 24: 161–166.
Acknowledgements to website for the material.

viewgreen1a1a 1866 Rocke, J. Catalogue of the bird collection at Clungunford House

viewgreen1a1a3 1870 Woolhope Field Naturalists' Club (Herefordshire) Long Mynd and Black Grouse

viewgreen1a1a1 1876 Forrest, H.E. Ornithological Visitors near Shrewsbury. Hardwicke’s Science-Gossip

viewgreen1a1 1878 William E. Beckwith List of Birds found near Shrewsbury from Phillips, W (ed.): A guide to the Botany, Ornithology, and Geology of Shrewsbury and its vicinity

linkblue3b 1878+ Midland Naturalist 1878, 1880 and 1884

viewgreen4 1879 & 1881 William E. Beckwith Birds of Shropshire. It appeared in two parts:
Part 1. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. Series I. 1879 Vol. II pp.365–395 and
Part 2. ibid. 1881 Vol. IV pp.326–328

viewgreen13a1 1883 Beckwith, W.E. Late Land Rail The Field

viewgreen13a2 1884 Beckwith, W.E. Common Sandpipers in winter The Field

viewgreen13a8 1884 Wright, C.H. Manx Shearwater Inland The Field

viewgreen13a6 1885 & 1886 William E. Beckwith Notes on Shropshire Birds (2 parts)

viewgreen13a3 1886 Payne-Gallwey, R. The book of duck decoys

viewgreen13a7 1886a Beckwith, W.E. Sea Birds Inland The Field

viewgreen13a4 1887 Benson, R.B. Manx Shearwater at Lutwitche The Field

viewgreen13a5 1887 Beckwith, W.E. Manx Shearwater in Shropshire The Field

linkblue 1887–1893 William E. Beckwith. His final contribution, Notes on the birds of Shropshire. Here Beckwith followed up his earlier papers with more detailed by-species accounts published, again in the Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society and serialised between 1887 and 1893. The nine parts follow.
Beckwith died after a short illness on 1 July 1892. He was buried in Eaton Constantine (SJ5906).

viewgreen5a1a1 1890 Paddock, H.E. Notes on some of the birds found in the neighbourhood of Newport, Salop. The first of several contributions by Paddock covering Newport and with observations from as far away as at Knighton.

1892+ The two-elements of the proceedings of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club published for the years 1892 to 1968. With acknowledgements to the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club.
linkblue1 1892+ The club’s annual Record of Bare Facts being a summary of reports of birds, plus other taxonomic groups.
linkblue2 1893+ The Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club being the account of club meetings, outings and formally published papers.

viewgreen15a3 1892 Clive, M. Windsor Pied Flycatcher at Oakley Park

viewgreen15a4 1892 Aplin, O.V. Distribution of Cirl Bunting The Zoologist

viewgreen15a1 1892 Jebb, A.T. Birds of the Lake District about Ellesmere and Llansilin. Bye-gones pp.379–381 31 August with a response by Paddock, G.H. By-gones, 1

4 Sepember p.397. With acknowledgements to Shropshire Archive

viewgreen15a5 1894 Blackmore, E.H. Oological notes from Ludlow The Naturalists’ Journal

viewgreen15a9 1894 Tegetmeir, W.B. A chestnut Partridge Bull. B.O.C.

viewgreen15a10 1896 Woolhope Field Naturalists’ Club Shropshire White-tailed Eagle

viewgreen15a7 1896 Walcot Estate game killed MS

viewgreen15a 1897 Paddock, G.H. Catalogue of Shropshire Birds.
This is the first book devoted to Shropshire’s birds following his earlier Paddock (1890)

viewgreen15a8 1898+ Church Stretton Advertiser Notes mostly about grouse

viewgreen5a1 1899 Forrest, H.E. The Fauna of Shropshire
Chapter IV, The Birds of Shropshire pp.100–79 and
Chapter V, The Wild Birds Protection Acts pp.180–85.
NB: p.8, Errata, is here taken from the copy at the University of California, a late edition and containing some important amendments.
Acknowledgement. This material was obtained from the Biodiversity Heritage Library website online collection. Our thanks to the BHL and also to the University of California for making the material available for digitisation.

linkblue18a2 1900+(?) Naturalist

1900 Forrest, H.E. in Zoologist 1890.
viewgreen15b1 1900 The movements of starlings pp.131141, 479
viewgreen15b1a 1900 Great Tit nesting in active bee-hive p.143
viewgreen15b1b 1900 Nesting of the Hobby in Shropshire pp.143144, 382
viewgreen15b1c 1900 Little Crake in Shropshire p.280
viewgreen15b1d 1900 Breeding of the Tufted Duck (Fuligula cristata) in Shropshire. pp.506510
Acknowledgement. This material was obtained from the Biodiversity Heritage Library website online collection. Our thanks to the BHL and also to the University of California for making the material available for digitisation.

viewgreen15b2 1901 Paddock, G.H. Red-billed Chough in Shropshire

viewgreen15b 1904 Paddock, G H. A catalogue of the birds met with in the district of Church Stretton in Campbell-Hyslop, CW & Cobbold, ES (1904) Church Stretton. Some results of Local Scientific Research Vol. II, pp.3–50

viewgreen15b3 1905 Forrest, H.E. Museum lecture. CSVFC. Trans. 1905:43-47

viewgreen15b4 1907 Forrest, H.E. Peplow Hall Museum. Catalogue

linkblue18a1 1907+ British Birds

viewgreen3 1908 Forrest, H.E. Three items. British Birds. 1908. Vol. 2. pp.59, 60 & 204

viewgreen16 1908 Forrest, H.E. Victoria County History of Shropshire. Vol. I. A list of birds.
Originals are available in the Shropshire Archive in Shrewsbury

viewgreen5 1908 Forrest, H.E. Shooting in Victoria County History of Shropshire

viewgreen1b1e 1908 Phillips, E.C. Victoria County History of the County of Hereford Note on Dartford Warbler

viewgreen16a 1909 Clark-Maxwell, W.G. A short history of the Town and Neighbourhood of Clun. Page 26, Birds

viewgreen16a2a 1909 Forrest, H.E. Shropshire names of animals. CVSFV. Trans. 1909 pp.74-83

viewgreen16a2a2 1909 Forrest, H.E. Velvet Scoter in Salop and Red variety of Common Partridge. British Birds. 2:345-6

viewgreen16a2a3 1909 Forrest, H.E. Additions to the Shropshire avifauna. British Birds. 1909. 3:165

viewgreen16a2a4 1909 Forrest, H.E. Osprey in Shropshire. British Birds. 1909. 3:165

viewgreen16a2a1 1910 The Smethcote Collection. CRB & WRB

viewgreen16a2 1910 Forrest, H.E. Two old Shropshire Naturalists. CSVFC. Trans. pp.125-135

viewgreen16a3 1911 Gatten Estate Game and Fishing Book

viewgreen16a4 1911 Ticehurst, N.F. & Jourdain, F.C.R. Nighingale in Great Britain

viewgreen16a2a5 1914 Park Hall Estate Sale Particulars

viewgreen16a2a6 1918 Whittaker, J. British duck decoys of today, 1918

viewgreen16a2a7 1918 Forrest, H.E. & Pitt, F. Bitterns & pied Redwing

viewgreen16a2c 1920 Mullens, W.H., Kirke Swann, H. & Jourdain, F.C.R.
A geographical bibliography of British ornithology from the earliest time to the end of 1918, arranged under counties, being a record of printed books, published articles, notes and records relating to local avifauna

1926+ The North-western Naturalist

viewgreen16a1 1926a Forrest, H.E. Arrival of migrants 1926:81
viewgreen16a1b 1926b Forrest, H.E. Arrival of migrants 1926:145–146
viewgreen16a1a 1926c Forrest, H.E. Moorhen and pigeon chums 1926:210–211

viewgreen16a1c 1928 Forrest, H.E. Shrewsbury rooks and rookeries 1928:36–37

viewgreen16a1d 1930a Forrest, H.E. Bird migrant notes 1930:107
viewgreen16a1e 1930b Forrest, H.E. Crossbills in Shropshire 1930:248

viewgreen16a1f 1932 Dalman, A.A. Starling roost 7:126–127

viewgreen16a1g 1935a Potts, G. Migration of Swallows 10:353
viewgreen16a1h 1935b Wenner, M.V. Dotterel, Ringed Plover and Green Sandpiper in Shropshire 10:355

viewgreen16a2b1 1934 Alexander, W.B. The Woodcock in the British Isles

viewgreen16a2b 1935 Middleton, A.D. Factors controlling the population of the Partridge (Perdix perdix) in Great Britain

viewgreen16a2b3 1936 Pitt, F. Waterfowl at Walcot Hall Country Life

linkblue18a 1936+ Shrewsbury School Ornithological Society, Annual Report 1936/37 No. 41.4.1

viewgreen13a1c2 1937 Downton Hall Game Books esp. Red & Black Grouse MS

viewgreen13a1c1 1938 The Curator Waterfowl at Walcot. Avicultural Magazine: 104106

viewgreen13a1c 1939 Lloyd, L.C. Rookeries around Shrewsbury North-western Naturalist . 1939:76–93

viewgreen18a1a3d 1940 Potts, G. The winter of 1940 and bird life. North-western Naturalist. 15:225

viewgreen18a1a3d1 1943 Lloyd, L.C. Shrewsbury Rookeries in 1944. The North Western Naturalist. Trans. CSVFC. 12:71

viewgreen18a1a3a1a30 1943 “The Old Bell House, Ludford”. Plan view, text and coloured drawing.

viewgreen18a1a3e 1944a Lloyd, L.C. Winter Blackcaps in Shropshire. North-western Naturalist. 19:58

viewgreen18a1a3e1 1944b Lloyd, L.C. Waxwings in Shropshire. North-western Naturalist. 19:59

viewgreen13a1a 1947 Timperley, H.W. Shropshire Hills. pp.141–142

viewgreen13a1a1 1948 Owen, J.H. Larder of the Red-backed Shrike. British Birds

viewgreen13a1a2 1949. Diaries of C.S. & D.H. Meares 1892 to 1949 Vol. 1 & 2.

viewgreen13a1b 1950 Adams, G.D. Birds on a Forest. Clun Forest. Birds and Country Magazine p.83–85. Acknowledgements to Birds and Country Magazine

viewgreen13a1b1 1950 Anon. Mallard at Oakley duck decoy. Waterfowl and Wetland Trust

viewgreen13a1b2 1951 Owen, J.H. Flights of the Red-backed Shrike. British Birds

linkgreen1b1a1d7a3 1952 Savage, C. The Mandarin Duck. A & C Black

linkgreen1b1a1d7a4 1953 Stevens, R. Laggard. Long Mynd & Walcot Estate

linkgreen1b1a1d7a5 1956 Lack, D. Torpid Swifts at Longnor Chapel, Shrewsbury in 1776

linkblue18 1955+ Annual Bird Reports of the Shropshire Ornithological Society

linkgreen1b1a1d7a1 1957 Clayton Jones, H. Many good companions … in my Shropshire garden. Shropshire Magazine Jun. pp.19–20

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2k 1959 Fitter, R.S.R. The ark in our midst

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2k1 1960 Hopton estate game records. Red & Black Grouse MS

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2 1961 Symonds, A.E.J. The counting of starlings at county roosts. Bird Study 8(4):185–193

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2j 1961 Wilson, W. The Old Men at the Zoo

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2j1 1962 Linley Hill and Honey Buzzard South Manchester Field Group Bird report July 1962

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2b 1962 Hardy, E. The lakes and hills of Shropshire. Shropshire Magazine Sep. pp.21–22

viewgreen19 1964 Rutter, E.M., Gribble, F.C. & Pemberton, T.W. A Handlist of the Birds of Shropshire. Published by the SOS

viewgreen9 1964 Birds recorded at Monkmoor Sewage Farm 1964

viewgreen6 1967 Allen, D.E. Dovaston, an overlooked pioneer of field ornithology

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2a 1969 Yapp, W.B. The bird population of an oakwood (Wyre Forest) over eighteen years. Proceedings of the Birmingham Natural History Society. 1969 21(3):199–216. With acknowledgements to Birmingham Natural History Society and the estate of W.B. Yapp.
NOTE: Refers to 'Wyre' which is contiguous into Worcestershire

viewgreen8 1969 Allen, D.E. Reviewing account of letters Bewick to Dovaston

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2a3 1970 Gandy, I. An idler on the Shropshire Borders

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2a1 1970 Ransford, K. Record Bag Shooting Times and Countryside Magazine 22 August 1970 p.15.
Per William Ransford, son of K Ransford, at the prompting of Tom Wall.
With acknowledgements and thanks to Shooting Times

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2a2 1970 Hardy, E. Return of the Peregrine. Shropshire Magazine. December 1970

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2c 1971 Hickin, N.E. The Natural History of and English Forest – The wildlife of Wyre. Birds: 215–237. With acknowledgements to Hutchinson & Co. and the estate of N.E. Hickin

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2c2 1975 Walker, C.W. & Smith, A.J. Herefordshire Birds. Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2c1 1979 Merry, J. The Rock. Reminiscences to share with those who enjoy the Stiperstones. Onny Press. pp.2223. With acknowledgements and thanks to Tom Wall for locating and loaning the work. Onny Press no longer exisits

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2c3 1980 Foxall, H.D.G. Shropshire field-names Shropshire Archaeological and History Society

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2d 1981 Leach, M. in Wassall, D. Wildlife in Telford Birds pp.46–47. Telford Development Corporation. With acknowledgements to Shropshire Archive

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2d1 1984 Mead, C. Sand Martins slump. BTO News

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2e 1985 Bishton, G. The diet of nestling Dunnocks Prunella modularis. Bird Study 32:113–115. Study undertaken near Telford

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2f 1986 Bishton, G. The diet and foraging behaviour of the Dunnock Prunella modularis in a hedgerow habitat. Ibis 128:526–539. Study undertaken near Telford

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2f2 1903–1986 Gatten Estate Game and Fishing Book MS

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2f1 1987 Meddens, B. Assessment of the Animal Bone Work from Wroxeter Roman City, Shropshire

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2g 1987 Sinker, C. (Ed.) Hilda Murrell's Nature Diaries. Collins, London. With acknowledgements to Collins

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2g2 1988 Soper, T. A Passion for Birds. Guillemot in Shropshire

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2g1 1989 Horan, M.B. The birds and mammals of Shrewsbury. 84pp, spiral-bound and published privately

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2h 1990 Hardy, E. Cormorants on the cover. Shropshire Magazine. Feb. Cover & p.1

1992 Deans, P. Sankey, J. Smith, L. Tucker, J. Whittles, C. & Wright, C. An Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Shropshire. SOS
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i Part 1. Front cover to page 73
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i1 Part 2. Pages 74–153
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i2 Part 3. Page 154 to back cover

1992 Shropshire Naturalist
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3 1992 Wright, C. Focus on Herons. 1(1):33-36
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3a 1992 Wall, T. The Red Grouse in Shropshire. 1(2):18-23
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3b 1992 Law, A. Barn Owls. 1(3):35-40
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3c 1992 Sitters, H. Book Review: An Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Shropshire 1(3):41

1993 Shropshire Naturalist (in its second and final year)
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d Simpson, B. Wildlife Poisoning: Shropshire's shameful problem. 2(1):32–35

linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3a1 1994+ Tucker, J. Shropshire-related reports relating to birds, under contract as Lanius

1995 Bulletin of Shropshire Naturalists’ Union (its single volume). With acknowledgements to Shropshire Naturalists’ Union and Shropshire Archive.
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d1 1995a Jordan, G.J. et al. Breeding birds of Plymouth Estate Gravel Pits, Bromfield, 1993. pp.1–6
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d1a 1995b Jordan, G.J. et al. Breeding Birds of Brown Clee 1994. pp.15–21
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d1b 1995c Blunt, A.G. Diurnal migration over Brown Clee, Autumn 1994. pp.22–28
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d1c 1995d Blunt, A.G. & Smith, M.S. Abnormally low water levels at Chelmarsh Nature Reserve. 1994. pp.34–35
linkgreen1b1a1d7a2i3d1d 1995e Smith M.S. Birds of Chelmarsh Nature Reserve, 1994. p.36

viewgreen18a1a3b1 1996 Berry, A.Q., Gale, F., Daniels, J.L. & Allmark, B. Fenn's and Whixall Mosses. Clwyd County Council. With acknowledgements to the authors

viewgreen18a1a3b 1996 Holloway, S. The Historical Atlas of breeding birds in Britain and Ireland 1875–1900. T & AD Poyser. With acknowledgements to S.H. and T & AD Poyser

viewgreen18a1a3b2 1998 Tucker, J. The Peregrine Falcon in Shropshire – whatever next? British Wildlife 9(4):227–231

viewgreen7 1998 Currie (Ed). Suggested Red Grouse introduction to the Long Mynd,

linkblue18b 2000+ Wyre Forest Study Group Reviews. Annual since 2000

viewgreen18a1a3b2a1 2000 Ballance, D. K. Birds in Counties. With Supplements of 2002, 2009 and 2016

viewgreen18a1a3b2a2 2000 Edwards, B. Thirty-seven years of Comon Bird Census at The Old Racecourse near Oswestry. 1964-2000

viewgreen18a1a3b2a3 2000 Ellis, P. (Ed.) The Roman Baths and Macellum at Wroxeter. Excavations by Graham Webster 1955–85

viewgreen18a1a1 2001 Bishton, G. Social structure, habitat use and breeding biology of hedgerow Dunnocks Prunella modularis. Bird Study 48:188–193. Study undertaken near Telford

viewgreen18a1a8 2001 Heaton, A. Duck Decoys

viewgreen18a1a1a 2003 Wall, T. Shropshire Ravens on a roll. British Wildlife 14(1):160–166

viewgreen18a1a1a1 2004 Bishton, G. Birdwatching in and around the Severn Gorge Ironbridge

viewgreen18a1a2 2004 Tuer, B. A Prince among Poachers. CC Publishing. With acknowledgements to CC Publishing

viewgreen18a1a4 2004 Wallace, M. Severn flood plain wetland bird survey MSc MS

viewgreen18a1a9 2006 Collingwood, R. The Ancient Custom on Keeping the ‘Land Bird’. (Mute Swan). Salopian Recorder

viewgreen18a1a5 2007 Smith, L., Carty, P. & Uff, C. Wild Mynd Birds and wildlife of the Long Mynd. Hobby Publications for the National Trust

viewgreen18a1a2a 2007 Lovegrove, R. Silent Fields. Oxford University Press

viewgreen18a1a2a1 2008 Evans, P. Foul deeds or fair prey? The Guardian

viewgreen18a1a2a4 2008 Swift, K. Mute Swan incident (road casualty) Morville garden

viewgreen18a1a3 2009 Sharpe, N. Apley Hall – the Golden years of a Sporting Estate. Merlin Unwin Books. With acknowledgements to Merlin Unwin Books

viewgreen18a1a2a5 2009 Yalden, D. W. & Albarella, U. History of British Birds. Roman Wroxeter bones

viewgreen18a1a6 2010 Thomas, G. Swan nest rescue; floods of 2007, Ludlow

viewgreen18a1a7 2011 Whittles, C. Pied Flycatcher ringing data analysis

viewgreen18a1a10 2011 Hammon, A. Understanding the Romano-BritishÐEarly Medieval Transition: A Zooarchaeological Perspective from Wroxeter (Viroconium Cornoviorum). Britania

viewgreen18a1a3a3 2012 Collingwood, R.W. ‘Noyfull Fowles’ and vermin: The statutory control of wildlife in Shropshire, 1532–1861. Shrop. Archaeo. & Hist. Soc. 87:47-80.

viewgreen18a1a3a1 2012 Tucker, J. Quest to discover Black Grouse story. The Shropshire Magazine. September 2012, pp.118–119

viewgreen18a1a3a1c 2012 Potts G.R. Partridges

viewgreen18a1a3a1c1 2012 Lees, A.C., Newton, I. & Balmford, A. Pheasants, buzzards, and trophic cascades. Conservation Letters

viewgreen18a1a3a1b 2013 Anon. The Historical Ornithology of Shropshire. British Birds. A review on the ‘News and comment’ page

viewgreen18a1a3a1b3 2013 BTO Woodcock survey 2003 & 2013. Summary

viewgreen18a1a3a1b4 2013 Cygnet stoned, Ludlow. Shropshire Star

viewgreen18a1a3a1b2 2013 Lever, C. The Mandarin Duck. T & AD Poyser

viewgreen18a1a3a1b1 2013 Pattison, A. Big story behind little street. Shrewsbury Chronicle

viewgreen18a1a3a1a 2013 Gallery Oldham website. Catalogue of material in the collection at Gallery Oldham, skins and eggs.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a1 2013 Raynor, B. The Long Mynd: Its History and Wildlife

viewgreen18a1a3a1a7 2014 Collingwood, R.W. Control of vermin after the repeal of the 1566 Act in 1861

viewgreen18a1a3a1a3 2014 Wall, T. Hopton Estate Game Books MS

linkblue18b1 2014+ Buzzard. The quarterly members’ newsletter of the Shropshire Ornithological Society. From Issue 235 onwards

viewgreen18a1a3a1a6 2014 Tucker, J. Musgrove, A. & Rees, A. The ability to hear Goldcrest song and the implications for bird surveys. British Birds

viewgreen18a1a3a1a5 2014 Wall, T. The Singular Stiperstones. Birds

viewgreen18a1a3a1a8 2015 Lawley, M. Wildlife in the Marches

viewgreen18a1a3a1a2 2015 Tucker, J. Breeding Swallows, House Martins and Swifts. Hopesay Parish 2015. Published on Histo only. 9pp.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a11 2015 Dawes, A. On 1976 Chough records MS

viewgreen18a1a3a1a9 2016 Tucker, J. & Reese, A. Shropshire Migrant Arrivals Database. (SMAD)

viewgreen18a1a3a1a12 2016a Heaton, A. Duck Decoys. British Wildlife

viewgreen18a1a3a1a13 2016b Heaton, A. Decoys in Shropshire MS

viewgreen18a1a3a1a4 2017 Gone: Betton Moss. Bell, P.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a14 2017 Beckwith’s Birds of Nineteenth Century Shropshire, Tucker, J.J. & Tucker, P.G.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a15 2017 Peters, A.F. Upland: Shropshire’s Long Mynd and the Stiperstones

viewgreen18a1a3a1a16 2018 Ornithological Field Journal of Charles Gawen, Vol.2. 1888 to 1911.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a17 2018 Wilson, E.A. Ramblings of a Shropshire Naturalist.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a18 2018 A note in Bird Guides Newsletter of 14.12.18

viewgreen18a1a3a1a22 2018 Tom Wall. River Clun Waterways Bird Survey 2018

viewgreen18a1a3a1a23 2018 Brown, P. Shropshire Duck Decoys. Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Historical Society. 93:7-20

viewgreen18a1a3a1a19 2019 Leighton, Sir M. Loton Park Estate. 1: Specimens and 2: Species list.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a20 2019 Smith, L. The Birds of Shropshire.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a10 2018 Tucker, J. (Ed.). Journal of Field Ornithology Volume II 1888–1911 of Charles Gawen Roberts Gawen, 12 x 18cm. pp 376 Published privately.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a21 2020 Reese, R. Allan & Tucker, John J. Descriptive models for first-arrival dates of migrants in an inland UK county. Ringing and Migration. 34(1):1-7

viewgreen18a1a3a1a25 2021 Tucker, J. (2021). Lead article BBeye. British Birds 114(3):127–28

viewgreen18a1a3a1a26 2022 1844–(1909). Old newspaper cuttings.

viewgreen18a1a3a1a27 2022 John Tucker in The Buzzard, 2014–2022