Welcome to the Amersham Birdwatching Club Website
                      Welcome to the Amersham Birdwatching Club Website
The Amersham Birdwatching Club Twites at Titchwell Photo: Linda Witton

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.


Enquiries:   Text 07958 792 488




 Friday 21st    February at 7:45

in the Barn Hall, Chiltern Avenue, Amersham HP6 5AH 


 "Ebro Delta to Southern France plus RSPB Reserves" a talk by 'The Birding Biker' Gary Prescott


Field Trip: Sat 8th February  All day  

Coach Trip to Slimbridge   Leader Stuart Wilson

Spaces may still be available so contact A McKenzie 07958 792 488

Cost around £25    Leaving Amersham 7:30am returning about 5pm









Did you know that each phrase in the song of this tiny wren can contain up to 130 notes!  BBO fact on Twitter










19/2  Scaup male  Little Marlow Gravel Pits

19/2  Kittiwake, Common Gull, Widgeon, Teal  Startops Reservoir

25/1 Ring Ouzel Pitstone Hill  (see Twitter)













For information on some local sightings look on General News page 



  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 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 or North Kent Marshes.  This year we are going back to Portland Bill.







This site was last updated on 27th Jan 2020

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