MARTIN JUMP, WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER
A big thank you to Martin Jump for supplying us with all the images on this website!!
BRIAN RAFFERTY, WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER
Wildlife Photographer who has some stunning wildlife images on his website.
GRAHAM THOMAS' WEBSITE
Graham Thomas, our Walk Leader's Walking and Natural History Website
BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO BIRD WATCHING
Hints about starting to learn about Bird identification by HomeAdvisor.
FRODSHAM MARSH BIRD BLOG
A blog by Bill Morton which records and reports sightings from Frodsham Marsh in North Cheshire.
ARNSIDE & SILVERDALE BLOG
An account of a beautiful area of our county, given by a nature lover, in words of prose and poetry, pictures and sketches.
The Wildlife Photographer who has returned to speak to us each year and is probably the most eagerly anticipated speaker.
RSPB GROUP - SOUTHPORT
For all the latest news about the affairs of this well-run RSPB Local Group visit.
CHORLEY AND DISTRICT NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY
They are an active society involved with recording and garden bird surveys. They have monthly lectures.
NORTH WESTERN NATURALISTS' UNION
The main natural history societies in the NW are members and share details of speaker evenings and field trips.
BIRDS OF BRITAIN
Birds of Britain is a website with over 400 pages of information for the birdwatcher.
EAST LANCS ORNITHOLOGISTS
The Oldest Bird Club in Lancashire, founded 1955.
FYLDE BIRD CLUB
An active group of birding enthusiasts engaged in surveying and recording bird life, aimed at preserving their habitats.
LANCASTER AND DISTRICT BIRDWATCHING SOCIETY
A vibrant, thriving, birding society, involved in surveys and recording - and much more. Programme of monthly lectures.
THE WOODLAND TRUST
Dedicated to the protection and development of woodland throughout the British Isles.
Identify where the oldest trees are located.
LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE FAUNA SOCIETY
Its aims are to record and publish data on all the faunal groups that occur in the region.
THE BLACKBURN AND DISTRICT BIRD CLUB
A young bird club, founded in 1991, to promote the study and protection of wild birds. Monthly programme of lectures.
LANCASTER RSPB LOCAL GROUP
The group aim to support the RSPB in the local communities and to involve RSPB members and the great public in the society's conservation, public affairs, education, fundraising and other activities. Regular field outings are held in a variety of locations in the Lancaster area.