We generally meet twice a month (from late Sept.- May) on the first Thursday at 2pm or the fourth Wednesday at 7.30pm. The days may occasionally change so please check our programme for dates of each meeting.
Until we are confident we can meet face to face in a relaxed manner, our indoor meetings for the remainder of 2021 will be held on-line using Zoom. This will be reviewed later in the year. There is no charge and the zoom link will be sent out the day before the meeting.
Non-members are welcome as guests, but we would ask them to consider making a small donation to the RSPB. They should email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a link and include their address in the mail. The link will be sent the morning before the meeting.
When face to face meetings can resume, group members pay £1.00 at the door, and non-members, always welcome, pay £3.00 at the door.
Speaker: Brian Nobbs
Brian Nobbs, who will be well known to many members, has agreed to talk to us on “Birdwatching in the Northern Mediterranean”, a talk which includes a section on the Camargue.
Speaker: Rick and Elis Simpson
Rick and Elis Simpson will introduce the work of their Wader Quest charity by reminding us of the beauty and diversity of the waders to be found around the world.
Speaker: Neil Gartshore
Neil Gartshore will describe how Japan, situated like the UK in the Palearctic region, provides both familiar and unfamiliar species for the visiting UK birdwatcher.
Speaker: Chris Collins
Inspired by Phineas Fogg’s 80-day journey, Chris Collins will take us Around the World in Eighty Minutes, visiting some amazing destinations for birds and other wildlife.