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This charity has a purpose described as:
1) the promotion and administration of seabird recording, including the development and maintenance of a global seabird record database as a tool for ornithological science and conservation. This includes making the database available to researchers outside the society.
2) the conduct of seabird research and conservation activities, including the support of activities by other agencies.
3) the production of the magazine ?sea swallow?.c. The promulgation of information received from members. ＂
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The list below contains all names that The Royal Naval Bird Watching Society did, or does operate under. Also provided are links to the charity commission website entry.
|Name||Charity Commission Link, Status - Name Code|
|The Royal Naval Bird Watching Society Disambiguate||207619-0, (AN) active-100040667|
|R N B W S Disambiguate||as above, working name-272275|
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