You can find out about our Tayside branch below.
Methodist Church Halls, 20 Marketgait, Dundee, DD1 1QR (click here for a map of the venue and surrounding area)
On the following Thursdays at 7.30pm:
That's it for this season - check back soon for next season's listings
Please contact the leader if transport is required. All meets are joint with Angus & Dundee Bird Club; members are urged to car share wherever possible.
Sun 19 May 2019
Glen Esk & Loch Lee. Meet at Edzell car park at 10.00am (Jon Cook)
Wed 22 May 2019
Little Glenshee. Meet at Broxden Park & Ride at 9.30am (leader to be announced)
Sun 2 Jun 2019
Ythan Estuary, Aberdeenshire. Meet at Forfar Council Buildings at 8.30am (Gus Guthrie & Jonathan Patullo)
Sun 9 Jun 2019
Isle of May. Book directly with The May Princess, time and leader to be announced
Sun 14 Jul 2019
Forfar & Balgavies Loch. Meet at Forfar Loch at 9.30am (Jonathan Patullo)
Sun 25 Aug 2019
Angus coastal trip. Details and leader to be announced
Barry Buddon Open Day, date to be confirmed. Meet at Monifieth football pitch at 10.00am (leader to be announced)
Wed 18 Sep 2019
Montrose Basin/Usan. Meet at Montrose Basin Visitor Centre at 9.30am (leader to be announced)
Sun 13 Oct 2019
Fife migrants. Meet at Riverside Naturepark car park, Dundee at 9.30am (Gus Guthrie)
Chair and representative of the branch on SOC Council:
Angus and Dundee recorder and Technical Expert:
Perth and Kinross recorder:
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Birdwatching in Tayside
Bird recording in this area
Kinross Bird Atlas