SCOTTISH BIRDWATCHERS' CONFERENCE - 21st MARCH 2020

Northern Seas & Coasts: Ornithological highlights from Scotlands northern waters

  • Gulls by Laurie Campbell

    Events

    Headquarters

Headquarters organises a programme of events throughout the year including Optics Days, Goosewatch events, Art Exhibitions and Bird ID Guided Walks out of Waterston House. Event details will be posted below once finalised. 

For an overview of Waterston House's events programme throughout the year, please click here. As well as these events at Headquarters, the Club arranges a Spring Conference in conjunction with our partners at BTO Scotland and the nearest local branch, and an Annual Conference.

Club members benefit from discounts on events - see individual events for details. Not a member yet? Find out more about membership.

26 January 2020

Musselburgh Lagoons can provide fantastic opportunities to learn the basics of bird identification and have a close...

28 January 2020

A winter visit to Gartmorn Dam can provide good opportunities to learn the basics of bird identification with a...

29 January 2020

Urban birdwatching at its best! Join us to learn the basics of bird identification at Hogganfield Loch...

05 February 2020

Musselburgh Lagoons can provide fantastic opportunities to learn the basics of bird identification and have a close...

06 February 2020

The Tay Reedbeds are the largest reedbed in UK and home to some special birds. Join us on a visit to the reedbeds...

19 February 2020

Join us to explore the woodland soundscape of Gosford and get to grips with a few common songs and calls such as...

20 February 2020

Musselburgh Lagoons can provide fantastic opportunities to learn the basics of bird identification and have a close...

21 February 2020

The grounds of Scone Palace in Perth and Kinross provide an excellent opportunity to see and hear a variety of common...

22 February 2020 - 14 March 2020

This series of four walks offer a chance to develop and enhance bird identification skills in a variety of habitats...

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