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Listed below are the Bird Watching clubs, organisations and societies listed in the Which Club database. If you are a member of a Bird Watching club, Bird Watching group or Bird Watching society which isnt listed please add your club here.

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 Club Name Category Town County
York Ornithological ClubBird WatchingYorkYorkshire
Details of the club, local bird sightings and information about bird watching in York and North Yorkshire...

Cam Valley Wildlife GroupBird WatchingBristolAvon
Meet socially to share information and plan activities, carry out local conservation projects carry out local surveys of flora and fauna encourage landowners to conserve and improve habitats and to develop local nature reserves work with local authorities to promote nature conservation.

Organise field trips in the Cam Valley and further afield, assist local, national and international organi...

Bristol Ornithological ClubBird WatchingBristolAvon
Whatever your level of birdwatching - as a beginner, just interested with no claim to any special knowledge, or keen with special interests - the BOC can help to increase your knowledge and enjoyment of birds. With regular indoor meetings featuring expert guest speakers, outdoor trips to a whole variety of birding sites in the South-west, club holidays in Britain and abroad, a monthly newsletter Bird New...

Bedfordshire Bird ClubBird WatchingLeighton BuzzardBedfordshire
The Bedfordshire Bird Club was set up in 1992 by birdwatchers, from both inside and outside The Bedfordshire Natural History Society, to cater for their specialist needs.

Its main functions are to record and document the avifauna within the County and to provide a forum for local birdwatchers. Members receive the annual bird report as part 2 of the Bedfordshire Naturalist and also receive a bi-mon...

Buckinghamshire Bird ClubBird WatchingBuckinghamshire
The Buckinghamshire Bird Club was formed in 1981 and was granted charity status in 1989. It was formed with the objective of bringing together under one organisation all those interested in birds in the county. Previously, no single natural history organisation effectively covered the whole of Buckinghamshire. Now, all birdwatchers from the complete novice to the skilled ornithologist are able to enrich ...

Doncaster Ornothological SocietyBird WatchingDoncasterYorkshire
For more than 40 years the flight of wild birds in Doncaster has been the prime concern of Doncaster and District Ornithological Society.

The need for conservation and detailed knowledge of our local avifauna has never been greater. All but gone are the threats from pesticides, egg collectors and indiscriminate hunting only to be replaced by others, pollution, habitat destruction and people press...

Bradford Ornithological ClubBird WatchingBradfordYorkshire
B.O.G. was formed in 1987. The aims of the group include:

1. To promote the study and the welfare of birds in the Bradford area.
2. To promote a wider awareness of birds through indoor meetings and fields trips.
3. To publish an annual report of birds recorded in the area.
4. To identify sites within the area worthy of conservation.
5. To continue to establish specific sites wit...

Sheffield Bird Study GroupBird WatchingSheffieldYorkshire
The Aims of the Group.

The intention from the outset was always to work with and complement other local natural history societies and to promote an interest in birds within the community. Beyond that the specific aims of the SBSG are simply defined:
To maintain a local recording system,
To co-ordinate fieldwork,
Conservation of local species and habitats.

These r...

Derbyshire Ornithological SocietyBird WatchingDerbyshire
Derbyshire is a beautiful County situated right in the heart of England.

Derbyshire covers an area of over 1035 square miles with habitats ranging from the broad water meadows of the Trent Valley in the south to the gritstone moorlands in the north. More than half of Britain's first National Park, the Peak District National Park, lies within the county. Dovedale in the limestone dales area in th...

West Midland Bird ClubBird WatchingWest Midlands
Serving birdwatchers and ornithologists in the four English counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the Metropolitan West Midlands, with lectures, field trips, research, a bulletin and an annual report, since 1929....

Lancaster & District Birdwatching SocietyBird WatchingLancasterLancashire
Lancaster & District Birdwatching Society has a membership of about 200 and meets at the Unitarian Church, Scotforth Road, Lancaster.

An Annual Report and a Winter Programme are sent to members in August/September. A Newsletter & programme of summer activities/surveys/census work is also circulated.

Our recording area is based around Morecambe Bay in north Lancashire and south Cumbria,...

BERKSHIRE ORNITHOLOGICAL CLUB (formerly Reading Ornithological Club)Bird WatchingBerkshire
The main aims of the Club are the study and conservation of birds of Berkshire and the recording of all local observations submitted by members, leading to the publication of "The Birds of Berkshire" Annual Report with the co-operation from other local groups. Acivities include midweek and weekend field trips, indoor meetings and photographic competition. Indoor meetings held 8pm fortnightly on Wednesdays b...

Bird Watching & Wildlife ClubBird WatchingGrantown-On-SpeyHighland
The Bird Watching and Wildlife Club (BWWC) was established in 2008 to offer visitors to the Highlands of Scotland a new kind of wildlife watching experience - one in which their time is their own. We believe in allowing our Guests to create their own unique programme of visits and experiences depending on what it is they most want to see, but we provide a helping hand in doing so. Two full-time staff, ...

Pembrokeshire Bird GroupBird WatchingSt David'sDyfed
The Pembrokeshire Bird Group caters for anyone with an interest in birds, whatever their level of experience. Our membership is made up of those with many years of birding behind them through to others who are just learning the basics. You will be made most welcome whatever your personal level and indeed we would love to meet you. We run a programme of indoor meetings from October to April with talks on...

North Northumberland Bird Club Bird WatchingNorthumberland
The North Northumberland Bird Club was set up in 1984, by a group of local enthusiasts who recognised and responded to the need for a local bird club in this, the richest (bird-wise) part of Northumberland. Its popularity and membership have grown steadily, and there are now over 250 members from 165 families. They range in expertise from beginners to very knowledgable ornithologists. ...


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