Welcome to the Amersham Birdwatching Club Website
                      Welcome to the Amersham Birdwatching Club Website
The Amersham Birdwatching Club Gt Spotted Woodpecker Photo: Wildlifer84 Matt Newman Nov 2010

The Amersham Birdwatching Club






                    Our aim is to share and  foster an interest in and enjoyment of birds and their environment. 

                    We will be glad to see you at any of our monthly meetings when we resume 

Our meetings which start at 7:45pm are usually on the third Friday of the month and take place  in the Barn Hall, Chiltern Avenue, Amersham, HP6 5AH


Enquiries:   Text 07958 792 488


 All meetings cancelled for the forseeable future

This October there is a month of events and activities  with the title  A Chilterns Celebration

More details of all the events at    https://www.chilternsaonb.org/ccc-fest.html

Chilterns Celebration will include family friendly events, walks, online workshops and talks, taster sessions for young people and much more. They  are working with the Chilterns Walking Festival, Chiltern Rangers and a host of other partners to help you celebrate the Chilterns this October and extend the season.



Snettisham birds just to get away from it all

Edward Mayer who was due to give a talk to us on Swift Conservation has a very interesting 1h20m programme on youTube






LOCAL SIGHTINGS  gathered from Twitter, Goingbirding etc



23/9 6 Redwing The Hale
23/9 Snipe, Yellow Wagtail Little Marlow G P

23/9 9:15 : Redstart : Lodge Hill

21/9 Ospreys seen at Watermead Aylesbury, Aston Clinton and Near Wilstone

21/9 7:45 : juv Whinchat : Ivinghoe Beacon. At the sheep pens.

21/9 16:29 : 2 Whinchat : Coombe Hill.

18/9 10:20 : Garganey : Dorney Common.

17/9   Cattle Egret Little Marlow Gravel Pits














  Photo by Linda Witton

We look forward to welcoming you to any of our meetings.  We will continue to do our best to keep you updated on our programme & activities together with any updates to our web site

Feeding Kestrel

This photo of a feeding Kestrel was taken by Linda Witton while we were at Farlington Marshes, Portsmouth on a 3 day trip to the South Coast.

A few of our members like taking photos.  If you find this of interest please contact us for further details or just to chat.


Field Trips

Field Trips are a regular feature of our activities many being local but a couple of times a year we go further afield for a few days residential to places such as Titchwell in North Norfolk, Minsmere in Suffolk, Portland Bill  or North Kent Marshes.  We had hoped to go to Exmouth this year 2020 but Covid intervened 







This site was last updated on 23rd September 2020

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