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Wirral Bird Club meets regularly. Find out what’s happening at our Field and Indoor meetings here.

Field Meetings

Frodsham Marsh and Weaver Bend

A local favourite with lots of variety.  Do the wind-turbines make a difference? Part of this environment consists of “ponds” or “tanks” […]

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Marbury Country Park

Waterways, flashes and woodland in Cheshire. Further details to follow, regarding place and time to meet.

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Wirral’s Dee Estuary

Our favourite overwintering location. What visitors will we have? Further details to follow, regarding place and time to meet.

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Pennington Flash

Lakes, scrapes and woods, and lots of birds! Further details to follow, regarding place and time to meet.

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Dyserth

A winter walk along the northern end of Offa’s Dyke to Prestatyn Hillside. Further details to follow, regarding place and time […]

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Leasowe

Our local hot spot for early migrants. Always good for more unusual sightings and on our doorstep. Further details to follow, […]

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Blacktoft Sands (by Coach)

RSPB reserve. Tidal reed-beds and saline lagoons on the other side of the country near Goole on the River Humber. Further […]

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Maeshafn

Birds of the Welsh hills and woods, and not too far from home. Further details to follow, regarding place and time […]

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Beeston

Woods, hills and crags together with the Shropshire Union canal make for mixed habitats for birds. Further details to follow, regarding […]

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Leighton Moss (by Coach)

RSPB reserve with many hides, good walks, all facilities and a great day out. Further details to follow, regarding place and […]

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Gronant

North Wales’s only remaining Little Tern breeding colony.  This site is also home to breeding Ringed Plover, Oystercatchers and others. Further […]

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Indoor Meetings