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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
West Midland Bird ClubBird WatchingWest Midlands
The Club was formed in 1929 as the Birmingham Bird Club. Our membership then was a mere handful, but today we have almost 2,000 members, who monitor the bird life of Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and the Metropolitan West Midlands. ...

Cornwall Bird-Watching and Preservation SocietyBird WatchingSt. BrewardCornwall
Dedicated to the study and conservation of birds in the county of Cornwall, in the far south-west of England. The Society, which celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2006: owns or manages six nature reserves, runs weekly field meetings, and publishes a comprehensive annual report issues four annual newsletters, Palores supports conservation-led initiatives in Cornwall. ...

Cambridgeshire Bird ClubBird WatchingCambridgeCambridgeshire
The Cambridgeshire Bird Club collects and publishes information on the birds of Cambridgeshire. In addition to a copy of the Annual Report, members are entitled to attend all meetings of the Club and receive a bi-monthly bulletin which includes articles and information on recent sightings of birds within the county. The Club was founded in 1925 in memory of the late Alfred Newton F.R.S. Membership curr...

Durham RSPB Local GroupBird WatchingNewcastle upon TyneTyne & Wear
The RSPB is Europe's largest wildlife conservation charity, supported by over 1,000,000 members. The Durham Local Group was formed in 1974. We welcome everyone, from the interested novice to the experienced birdwatcher, to our programme of Indoor Meetings and Field Meetings. We also aim to publicise the RSPB and raise funds for the Society's conservation work. ...

Carsington Bird ClubBird WatchingAshbourneDerbyshire
Carsington Reservoir is a man-made reservoir of over 600 acres and an important birding site for the East Midlands, with over 210 species of birds recorded each year. The Carsington Bird Club has a varied indoor and outdoor programme of event and also joins forces with the RSPB and Severn Trent Water on the RSPB "Aren't Birds Brilliant" days. ...

Derbyshire Wildlife TrustBird WatchingBelperDerbyshire
The Trust aims to raise awareness of potential threats to wildlife and encourage individuals and organisations to take responsibility for caring for their local environment. Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is a Registered Charity, and our work is supported by our members. Find out more about membership. The Trust * Manages 40 nature reserves throughout the county, covering more than 1400 acres/570 he...

Preston Bird Watching and Natural History Society Bird WatchingPrestonLancashire
The club exists to promote interest in birds, and to encourage conservation for all wildlife in the Greater Preston area. The society has been in existence since 1876, and was formerly known as the Preston Scientific Society. There are 20 or more lectures each winter, and visitors are welcomed on an ad hoc basis....

Natural History Society of NorthumbriaBird WatchingNewcastle upon TyneTyne & Wear
Lectures in Hancock Museum every Friday Sep-Mar. Field meetings Apr-Oct. Publish the annual Transactions, scientific papers on local natural history, and have a programme of research. ...

Chesterfield Local GroupBird WatchingChesterfieldDerbyshire
Our Group exists to promote the aims of the RSPB in our local area in enjoyable ways. We do this by means of education, fundraising and practical conservation. We have illustrated talks about birds and a variety of other natural history subjects on the third (usually) Monday of the month. At least once a month we also have bird-oriented local guided walks or visits to nature reserves. We undertake surveys a...

Christchurch Harbour Ornithological GroupBird WatchingChristchurchDorset
Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group watch and record the birds of Christchurch Harbour, which is situated on the south coast of England and includes the well known birdwatching areas of Hengistbury Head and Stanpit Marsh. Despite the harbour covering an area of less than 9 square kilometres, over 320 species of bird have been recorded. Christchurch Harbour is a natural harbour formed by the conflue...

Dorset Bird Club Bird WatchingSwanageDorset
The role of The Dorset Bird Club: * To promote the interest of birds and bird watching in Dorset * To collate Dorset bird records and publish the annual Dorset Bird Report * To provide comment and support on local conservation issues * To promote small scale local projects through the DBC Conservation Fund * To initiate, and encourage participation in, local and national surv...

Enfield Local GroupBird WatchingEnfieldMiddlesex
The group's aim is to support actively the work of the RSPB in the local community and to involve RSPB members and the wider public in the Society's conservation, public affairs, education, fundraising and other activities. We have regular monthly indoor meetings locally throughout the year and have occasional day-trips to local nature reserves. So, if you would like to have fun and meet like minded peop...

East Berks Local RSPB GroupBird WatchingBerkshire
We are an active, lively and friendly RSPB local group that promotes the RSPB's objectives. We are centred on Maidenhead, and include the Windsor, Slough and High Wycombe areas. With about 200 members, we support local conservation issues while also aiming to enjoy ourselves. We hold frequent bird spotting walks, monthly indoor talks, and coach trips that are open to everybody....


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