24 November 2017.
The history of Bird Studies in Armenia starts in early 20th century. The section Bibliography was added to the site with the main aim to provide a comprehensive information about studies of birds in the country.
18 November 2017.
Next step towards Atlas on Breeding Birds of Armenia: the species account on Lesser Spotted Eagle is released.
11 November 2017.
Next step towards Atlas on Breeding Birds of Armenia: the species account on Eurasian Black Vulture is released.
3 November 2017.
Experts of ABCC gave an interview to News.AM about illegal killing of Raptors and particularly Vultures. See the article: "Punishments for killing Raptors in Armenia do not scare potential poachers" (in Russian).
5 October 2017. Another step towards Atlas on Breeding Birds of Armenia: the species account on White-headed Duck was released. It will contribute in development of the Species Action Plan in frames of African Eurasian Waterbird Agreement.
24-30 September 2017. Armenian Bird Census - TSE helped in organization of Batumi Eagle Festival 2017. The Festival was organized by Batumi Raptor Count, Batumi Birding, and SABUCO, was including daily organised visits and excursions to raptor watchpoints and other region's birding sites, as well as evening workshops and presentations by top speakers.
10 July 2017. Next step towards Atlas: the species account on Semi-collared Flycatcher was released.
17 June 2017.
Experts of ABCC gave an interview to News.AM about Pelicans. See the article: "Pelicans - the largest birds of Armenia" (in Russian).
2 June 2017.
Birding Armenia Club was transferred into Armenian Birdwatching Association
Number of members of the Birding Armenia Club is consistently increasing, and already exceeds 1,400. Half of the members are from foreign countries. The activities of this group are moving out of the borders of Armenia.
Therefore it was decided to transfer the Club into Armenian Birdwatching Association. The decision was discussed with the members of the group and found no objections.
27 May 2017. The account on Ferruginous Pochard is released.
16 May 2017. The account on White-tailed Lapwing is released.
1 April 2017, for the International Bird Day.
Birdwatching destinations in Armenia: Armash
Armash fish-farm was established in 1972 and became a refuge for huge number of waterbirds, including over 60 species, which disappeared from Lake Sevan due to decrease of water level and drainage of Gilli wetlands. It hosts globally endangered White-headed Duck, Marbled Teal, Ferruginous Pochard, as well as locally endangered White-tailed Lapwing, Black-winged Stilt, and Persian Bee-eater. Armash is becoming one of the most spectacular places in Armenia for birdwatching, as it combines variety of wetland and semi-desert habitats, and therefore provides ample opportunities on bird observations and making great photos. Since 2006 our group was able to open the place for birdwatchers, increasing its popularity and increasing its conservation value.
20 March 2017. The account on Egyptian Vulture is released.
1 March 2017. The account on Golden Eagle is released.
10 February 2017. The account on Bearded Vulture is released.
1 February 2017. First species account on White Storks is released. This is first step towards Atlas Book - the State of Breeding Birds of Armenia.
September 2016. ABCC participated the Bird Numbers 2016 International Conference at Halle, Germany, where gave oral presentation: Bird Studies in Armenia: Past, Present, Future.
July 2016. Experts of ABCC gave an interview to News.AM about Vultures. See the article: "Griffons, Lammergeiers, Egyptian Vultures, diversity of breeding vultures of Armenia may attract tourists" (in Russian).
June 2016. Experts of ABCC gave an interview to News.AM about White Storks. See the article: "White Storks: number of wintering birds continues growing" (in Russian).
"Birding Armenia" - the first Birdwatching Club was founded in Armenia on 7th of June. See regular updates of the Club's activities at the Facebook Page.
Caucasus Regional Workshop of European Breeding Bird Atlas 2, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2016
July 2015. Experts of ABCC gave an interview to News.AM about the research on White Storks. See the article: "Fledglings of Whites Storks will help scientists to know more about Storks' population" (in Russian).
Annual Workshop of European Breeding Bird Atlas 2, Mikulov, Czech, 2015
Initial Workshop of European Breeding Bird Atlas 2, Barcelona, Spain, 2013