Evening talks programme
Kells School, New Galloway (click here for a map of the venue and surrounding area)
On the following Thursdays at 7.30pm:
Details of next season’s talks programme will be added in due course.
01644 420 280
Most excursions have been fixed for Tuesdays this year. Should the weather be bad on any Tuesday, the excursion will take place the next day, a Wednesday, and will thereafter be cancelled if the weather is again adverse. Additional excursions for March and April will be announced at the indoor meetings.
Sat 30 May A week on Arran
Tue 16 June Mennock Pass and Wanlockhead
*CHANGE OF DATE* Sun 28 Jun Leave AYR SOUTH HARBOUR at 3pm to sail round AILSA CRAIG. Back 7pm. Should the weather be bad that day the cruise will take place on Monday 20th July instead, leaving at 2.45pm.
Wed 15 July P.S. ‘Waverley’ day cruise up the Clyde and across to Loch Fyne from AYR South Harbour at 10am. Should the weather be bad the cruise will take place the following week
Tue 18 Aug Garlieston and Crook of Baldoon
Fri 25 Sep Mersehead for first Barnacle Geese of winter
October Short break of 4 days and 3 nights on Northumberland coast. Would interested members please let office bearers know which dates suit them as soon as possible
Joan Howie (as above) or Geoff Packard, 01557 330681.
About the branch
Joan Howie, The Wilderness, High Street, New Galloway, Castle Douglas, DG7 3RL
Chair and representative of the branch on SOC Council:
Andrew Bielinski, Jeremy Brock, Iain Matthewson, Mark Pollitt, Graham Smith
Dumfries and Galloway recorder:
Click here for a list of recommended sites to visit and to download a free, full-colour birdwatching guide produced by D&G Council Ranger Service.
Bird recording in Stewartry
Visit the Dumfries & Galloway recording area page for details of the latest bird report, back issues, species considered locally and for Local Recorder contact information.