Bedfordshire Bird Club - Bird Watching

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-monthly newsletter, The Hobby, and programmes of indoor and outdoor meetings.

The winter meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month between September and April at Maulden Village Hall. Field meetings are equally spread between venues with a bird interest within the county and much further afield. The Club has a very active core of its membership participating in both locally and nationally organised surveys.

Leighton Buzzard

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