There are currently four Birdwatching Groups with about fifteen members in each group
The Aims and Objects of Bird Watching Groups are to provide opportunities to visit bird reserves and habitats, locally and elsewhere as a group, sometimes with local guides; to learn informally from each other (as well as from guides) how to identify different species.
Approximately ten outings are arranged yearly, travelling in own cars, with other group members, or by bus; with days planned to include time and facilities for lunch or refreshments.
Dates and travel arrangements are agreed, after discussion, by phone or e-mail.
Birdwatching Group 1 See photographs of our birdwatching highlights from 2016 here.
Birdwatching Group IV (15 members at November 2016)
Leader Dr Peter Bull who succeeded the inaugural leader, Jane Lidster, in 2013 Secretary Mike West Photo Editor Brenda McLeish Other members Elayne Bull; Kath West: Don McLeish; Jane Lidster; Joan Ware; Sue Whibley; Ann Mercer; Chris Mercer; Jo Knight; Peter Knight; Paul White; Alison Mowbray.
Group IV Birdwatchers - on location in Farne Island and elsewhere