• Scotland's Bird Club

    Tayside

    Headquarters

You can find out about our Tayside branch below.

  • Talks

    Venue:

    Methodist Church Halls, 20 Marketgait, Dundee, DD1 1QR (click here for a map of the venue and surrounding area)

    When:

    On the following Thursdays at 7.30pm:    

    01 Nov 2018    Keith Brockie – The Teuchat Glen: Wildlife on a Highland Perthshire estate. 

    06 Dec 2018   Speaker to be announced

    03 Jan 2019   Speaker to be announced

    07 Feb 2019    Daisy Burnell – Seabirds count: Taking stock of Britain and Ireland’s seabirds

    07 Mar 2019   Norman Elkins – Birding the Balearics

    04 Apr 2019    AGM & speaker to be announced
     

    Contact:

    Brian Brocklehurst 01382 778348 or send Brian an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Outings

    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.

    18 November 2018
    Kinnordy & Lintrathen Lochs. Meet at Kinnordy Loch 9.30am. Leader Gus Guthrie.

    2 December 2018
    Forfar Loch & Montreathmont Forest. Meet at Forfar Loch 9.30am. Leader Jonathan Patullo.

    Contact:

    Brian Brocklehurst on 01382 778348 or send Brian an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact the outing leader (particularly if transport is required).

  • Branch Committee

    Secretary:

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    Chair and representative of the branch on SOC Council:

    John Campbell

    Treasurer:

    Brian Brocklehurst

    Committee members:

    Ron Downing

    Angus and Dundee recorder and Technical Expert:

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    Perth and Kinross recorder:

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  • Other Information

    Talks reminders:

    Members who've consented to Local Branch news and events e-communications from SOC, are sent a reminder about forthcoming talks (with more information on the speaker and subject where possible), usually a week or so in advance of the meeting. If you don’t already receive these alerts and would like to, please make sure you've completed a Mailing List Consent Form to allow the Club to contact you. If you've already completed a form, check your junk/spam/clutter folders to make sure our emails aren't landing there. Still nothing? Contact Headquarters as we may not have a correct or up to date email address on file for you.

    Forum/News group:

    Angus Birding News Forum www.angusbirding.com. This internet forum is open to all to use and is run by Angus and Dundee Bird Club, however it is necessary to register prior to use, but this just requires an email to the webmaster (details are on the website).

    Birdwatching in Tayside

    Click here for our guide to Birding the Angus coast and here for a list of recommended sites to visit in Perth & Kinross

    Bird recording in this area

    Visit the Angus and Dundee and Perth and Kinross recording area pages for details of the latest bird reports, back issues, species considered locally and for Local Recorder contact information.

    Kinross Bird Atlas

    During fieldwork for BirdAtlas 2007-11, data for the old county of Kinross was gathered from all of its 71 tetrads. It was originally intended to publish the data as a separate atlas, but a problem with the mapping meant that the project had to be re-considered. It is now hoped that the Kinross data might be combined with the Fife atlas data and the resulting combined maps made available on a CD. This is still in hand and no end date is currently available. Any queries should be directed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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SOC brings together like-minded individuals with a passion for birds, nature and conservation through a programme of talks, outings, conferences and via the Club’s quarterly journal, Scottish Birds.