We are a group with a range of birdwatching experience and skill – from Is that a Sparrow? to spotting a Meadow Pipit at fifty yards! Bird observation is at the heart of our expeditions, so we take time to quietly, watch and listen.
Our ambition is to enjoy being outside in (almost) all weather, binoculars at the ready, learning collaboratively about the brilliant and varied birdlife that is all around us.
Using mostly public transport, we travel to various sites in the local area and futher afield. Consequently, the time spent, can vary from three hours to a whole day.
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Second Friday of every month, at 9.30 or 10 a.m. depending on the venue
Various sites suitable for birdwatching. Often includes travel by train or ahort walsk. Regular venues include RSPB Rainham Marshes and various sites on the Lea Valley
The number of places per meeting is up to 16, dividing into smaller groups on site if necessary
Group Conveners: Natalie Lyons and Janet Mohun
Status at May 2022
Waiting list of 1
Updated May 2022