Cambridgeshire Bird Club

Welcome to the club

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. We do research, we have indoor and outdoor meetings, and we keep you informed with our regular emailed and online bulletins. And have a look at our Facebook page.

You can see What's About? and we urge you to report interesting, sensitive or confidential sightings to the County Recorder.

We hope you enjoy your visit and come back soon.

Latest news from the club

The Photo of the year 2018 competition is now open for voting (club members only). Click here to view this year's selection and see how to vote. Voting closes 5th March 2019.

Announcements

The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Cambridgeshire Bird Club will be held in the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College at 7.45 pm on Friday 8th March. To view the Agenda, click here, and for the Minutes of the 2018 AGM click here. The audited and signed Financial Statement for 2018 is here.

e-Bulletins

The November 2018 e-Bulletin is now available to view. The latest issue published here is two month's behind the current one which you receive, as soon as it is available, if you join us.

Picture of the month: January

Cranes, Undisclosed site. 20 January 2019

© Simon Stirrup

Vince Lea has made this month's selection:

"There were a couple of images showing flights of the amazing flock of Cranes which has built up in the Cambridgeshire Fens over the last few years, and although it is not as clear as David Benton's shot of 47 over his house (wow!) the evocative evening light makes Simon Stirrup's image my photo of the month. I was also really impressed with Gary Thornton's garden Nuthatch, the portrait of a fine Long-eared Owl by Dave Spencer and Neil Bramwell's Black Redstart might have made the cut if it had been fully tailed. "

See the latest photos

Upcoming meetings

8 March: Annual General Meeting followed by Colourful birds and classic cars in Cuba by Ruth Miller and Alan Davies

Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College, CB24 8UA. 7.30pm for 8pm start. The AGM starts at 7.45pm

In this talk, Ruth and Alan will take you on a tour of fascinating and photogenic Cuba, visiting the best birding hotspots this vibrant country has to offer. The talk is jam-packed with photos of colourful birds, characterful people and houses, and of course no visit to Cuba would be complete without a ride in a classic American convertible car around Havana. More information...