Events

Meeting Points: The only reliable means of identifying a location in a rural area is by using an Ordnance Survey map with the relevant grid reference. Most sat nav devices use post codes to identify locations but in rural areas a single post code may cover a large area of countryside. We give the grid references and post codes for all places we go to, but emphasise that Ordnance Survey maps are best for finding the precise meeting points.

July 2020

Wed
15

Evening Walk at Moore.

Location: Meet at Moore car park.
Leader:- Tony Parker.
Grade:- Easy.

We shall be looking for warblers, birds of prey, wildfowl and other migrants.

Time: 7.OO p.m.

Price: Free.

Telephone: 01925 726986

August 2020

Sun
16

Field Trip to B.M.W. Reserve.

Location: Meet at B.M.W. Car Park.
Leader:- Dot Seed.
Grade. :- Easy.

We shall be looking for returning migrants, waders and woodland birds.

Time: 9.30 a.m.

Price: Free.

September 2020

Sat
19

Field trip to Old Moor R.S.P.B. Reserve.

Location: Meet at reserve car park.
Leader:- Chris Potts.
Grade:- Easy.
Postcode: S73 0YF (Google map)

We shall be looking for waders, wildfowl and Tree Sparrows.

Time: 10.00 a.m.

Price: Free but there might be car parking fees.

Telephone: 01617 750146

December 2020

Sun
13

Field Trip to Pennington Flash.

Location: Meet at car park.
Leader:- Tony Parker.
Grade:- Easy.
Postcode: WN7 3UG (Google map)

We shall be looking for Wildfowl, Geese and Woodland birds.

Time: 9.30a.m.

Price: Free but there might be car parking fees.

Telephone: 01925 726986