The Cambridgeshire Bird Club promotes the study, recording and conservation of birds in Cambridgeshire and encourages a wider interest in natural history and the protection of county wildlife habitats.
We record the County's birds in our Annual Report, so we need your records. We have a stunning Gallery, so we need your photos, and we have a video blog where you add your bird recordings. We do research, we have indoor and outdoor meetings, and we keep you informed with our regular print and online Bulletins. And have a look at our Facebook page.
We hope you enjoy your visit and come back soon.
Cambridgeshire Spotted Flycatchers
- we need your help
The CBC is planning to survey breeding Spotted Flycatchers in 2015.
Do you know of a pair nesting near you this year?
We want to hear from anyone who sees flycatchers after mid-May, or knows of a current or recent site.
If you haven’t seen one of these delightful birds for years, now is your chance.
You can find full details here:
Photo of the Year 2014
Contact Details Required
We would like to make contact with Bird Club members
D. Jones and Andrew Curtis.
If anyone can provide any contact details for either of these members please email email@example.com or phone Clive Sinclair on Cambridge 263509
Summer Garden Bird Survey 2015
The Summer Garden Bird Survey started on 8th March 2015
It is still not too late to start recording. If you have a garden in this area and you like to watch the birds in your garden, we would like to invite you to start collecting records now. To take part in the Cambridgeshire Bird Club Summer Garden Bird Survey 2015.
Click on the above link for more details.
Next indoor meetings:
Friday 11th September, Cottenham Village College
Ornithology to Ethno-ornithology – a life journey by Andy Gosler
The CNHS Conversazione
The Cambridge Natural History Society's big event each year is the annual exhibition or Conversazione, which began in its present form in 1913. The dates for the 2015 Conversazione are Friday June 12 (1pm - 6pm) and Saturday June 13 (10am - 5pm).
Exhibits on all aspects of Natural History, showcasing local wildlife, will be displayed on laboratory benches in the Cambridge University Department of Zoology.
See http://www.cnhs.org.uk/ for more details
The Neotropical Bird Club summer meeting
The Neotropical Bird Club will be holding a summer meeting in Cambridge on Saturday 25 July and members of the CBC are welcome to attend. The meeting will be held at St John's Church in Hills Road, a venue familiar to club members. Entrance is free, doors open at 10:30 for coffee & cakes and the meeting starts at 11:00. The full programme of talks will be advertised shortly.
AGM Papers 2015
The Club Bulletin is distributed to members six times a year in February, April, June, August, October and December. It contains a summary of recent reports, topical short articles and items of Club news. If you wish to receive our bulletins then you need to join us.
The Bulletin can either be mailed in paper form to members, or sent as a PDF email attachment. In addition, a more immediate monthly e-Bulletin with more detailed information and additional illustrations and photographs is distributed monthly, exclusively by email.
Members who wish to receive e-Bulletins (and / or their Bulletins by email) should provide their email details to the Editors, Peter Bircham & Chris Brown , who are always pleased to receive articles, papers and illustrative artwork for publication. If you would like to send in your records for inclusion in the bulletin summaries then see here.
Back-issues of Bulletins and e-Bulletins are available here.
Cambirds and Peterbirder
Cambirds is an unmoderated discussion group on Cambridgeshire birds and birding which is independent of the Cambridgeshire Bird Club. You do not need to be a member of the Club to participate in this forum, but you will need a Google account.
Peterbirder is a Yahoo-based discussion group for birdwatching, bird sightings and ornithology in Peterborough and the surrounding area. The group also welcomes discussion of all other wildlife in the Peterborough area. Peterbirder is not a part of Peterborough Bird Club.