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FIELD TRIPS AND RESIDENTIAL WEEKENDS

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Field trips are organised, usually monthly. Locations for field trips can be any of:

Occasionally we go further afield - e.g. a recent weekend to the Cairngorms for Capercaillie and Crested Tit and other Scottish birds.

Everyone is made welcome on a field trip - beginner and expert, young and old, resident and visitors. All you need to bring are your binoculars, some refreshments on an all day trip, and for most trips walking boots or Wellingtons and warm waterproof clothing are recommended. Please follow the directions of the field trip Leader and comply with the Country Code. Non-members joining a field trip are asked to give a donation of £2.

Help with identification is always available on North Northumberland Bird Club field trips.

Each field trip is reported in the NNBC Newsletter.

Please click on the link below: - All participants on field trips must study and adhere to the following risk assessment.

Risk Assessment

 

Dawn Chorus Group on Etal Moor

NNBC members on Etal Moor in May 2017 where the woodland edge provided Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-tailed Tit and a Willow Warbler; In the rushy moorland pasture we had a pair of Oystercatchers and a couple of Curlews. Photo-Stewart McCormick.


 

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Field Meeting in September TBC

                                                                                                       

                                                                                      

RESIDENTIAL WEEKENDS

 

 


BULGARIA TRIP- AUTUMN, 2017

All places have already been reserved for this visit planned to coincide with the Autumn Migration along the Black Sea. If you would like to add your name to the shortlist in case of any cancellations, please contact Liz by e-mail:

 

liz.a.harrison22@btinternet.com

 

cold lunch

                  

Group on the  NNBC Yorkshire Trip in 'not so warm' May 2015  Photo by Claire Ward