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BirdingASIA is the new OBC Bulletin, published by Oriental Bird Club. OBC members receive BirdingASIA twice a year.

 

 

Back issues of the old format OBC Bulletin with some example articles. See Sales for availability.

Bulletins 1-8 – 1985-1988

Bulletins 9-14 – 1989-1991

Bulletin 15 – May 1992

Bulletin 16 – November 1992

Bulletin 17 – May 1993

Bulletin 18 – November 1993

Bulletin 19 - May 1994

Bulletin 20 – December 1994

Bulletin 21 - July 1995

Bulletin 22 - December 1995

Bulletin 23 - May 1996
Threatened birds in the Eastern Himalayas
Identification of pittas in the ‘brachyura’ complex

Bulletin 24 - December 1996
Demoiselle Cranes of Khichan
Philippine Eagle: one hundred years of solitude

Bulletin 25 – June 1997
Moluccan Scrubfowl
Photospot: Whiskered Pitta

Bulletin 26 - November 1997
A Birdwatcher’s Guide to Sri Lanka
Little known Oriental bird: Red-faced Malkoha
Watching seabirds on the west coast of Sri Lanka

Bulletin 27 - June 1998
Conservation in Cambodia
Rediscovery of an Indian enigma: the Forest Owlet

Bulletin 28 - November 1998
Nakai-Nam Theun: can development save one of South-East Asia’s last wildernesses?
Status and distribution of hornbills in Thailand

Bulletin 29 – May 1999
Birdwatching Areas: Sangihe and Talaud islands
The road between Ura and Limithang in Bhutan

Bulletin 30 – November 1999
Identification of Chinese and Pacific Reef Egrets
Little known Oriental bird: Chestnut-headed Partridge

Bulletin 31 – June 2000
Monitoring frugivorous birds in Thailand
Little known Oriental bird: White-eyed River Martin

Bulletin 32 – December 2000
Little known Oriental Bird: Chinese Crested Tern
Birdwatching Areas: Gunung Ambang, Sulawesi

Bulletin 33 – June 2001
Bach Ma National Park
Little known Oriental bird: Orange-necked Partridge

Bulletin 34 – December 2001
Mekong Wagtail: the great river’s only known avian endemic
Asian birds on the brink

Bulletin 35 – June 2002
The deteriorating status of Indian Bustard
Little known Oriental bird: Bornean Bristlehead

Bulletin 36 – December 2002
An Expedition to Damar Island, south-west Maluku, Indonesia
Wetlands: Korea’s most-threatened habitat

Bulletin 37 – June 2003
Little known Oriental bird: Heinrich’s Nightjar
Saemangeum – a vital Korean wetland

Bulletin 38 – December 2003
Little known Oriental bird: Courtouis’s Laughingthrush
Masked Finfoot – elusive bird of the Sundarbans, Bangladesh