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The Wirral Bird Club meets regularly. Find out whats happening at our indoor and field meetings here

Field Meetings

Wigan Flashes

Flashes of open water, canal, reed-beds, wet woodland and rough grassland. Various wildfowl. The Wigan Council website states that the Wigan Flashes area has an abundance of wildlife, including Water Vole, Willow Tit (one of five RSPB red-listed birds in the area) and the very rare and shy Bittern. There are six bird hide screens […]

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Marshside

Coastal grazing marsh and lagoons. Geese, wildfowl, waders and raptors. RSPB site.

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Whitegate Way

A disused railway line used by salt traffic that closed in 1966. Birds of the field and hedgerow, along with waterfowl on the flashes.

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Rhos-on-Sea

Sea birds from the Little Orme. A visit to Conway RSPB possible.

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Ellesmere

The meres and canal of this very attractive area make for good birding in early spring.

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Old Moor (by coach)

A wildlife oasis in the heart of Yorkshire’s industrial landscape. RSPB reserve. Telephone 0151 632 4451 to reserve your seat.

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World’s End

High on the moors and in the sheltered valleys above Llangollen. Migrants, grouse and raptors in beautiful surroundings.

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Moelydd

Panoramic views and nature at its best in the Welsh marches near Oswestry.

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Elan Valley (by coach)

Welsh oak-wood birds and raptors over the slopes and cliffs above this reservoir set in the heart of Mid-Wales. Telephone 0151 632 4451 to reserve your seat.

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Cynwyd

Birds of the forest and the River Dee near Corwen.

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Whixall Moss

The third largest raised bog in Britain. More than just birds to look out for in this very different environment.

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Indoor Meetings

Guatemala

Land of Quetzals and Mayans – Barrie Cooper – Thursday 26th October 2017 (8.00 pm to 9.30 pm) The range of habitats in this Central American country makes it a haven for wildlife. Birds such as Resplendent Quetzal and Pink-headed Warbler are relatively easy to see. Mayan Pyramids are great vantage points to watch Yucatan Howler Monkey, […]

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A Shot at Wildlife 2013

Pauline and Ian Greenhalgh In this illustrated presentation from Pauline and Ian you will see many stunning wildlife images. Pauline says:- “Like all the other ‘A Shot at Wildlife’ shows in the series, it’s a compilation of our very best shots from each year. Since we both retired from our ranger work in 2012 we have […]

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