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Our Club 

Welcome to the Peterborough Bird Club. We are a friendly group and warmly welcome new members. Whether you are an expert or beginner, the club aims to bring people together that have a shared interest in nature, particularly birds.

The club runs local walks throughout the year and indoor presentations through the autumn and winter.


Presentations are given by Club Members, professional briders, photographers and representatives of national nature organisations covering local, national and international birding as well as other nature based subjects such as reptiles, bees, conservation etc….  

Walks are usually local but we often go further afield. During these the leaders and Members naturally pass on their knowledge and experience as well as highlighting local sites.

Visitors are welcome to join us on a walk or attend our presentations. You could even join the Club and help us carry on into the future.

Why not come and join us?


When you order bird food from Vine House Farm, ask them to add your purchase to the book under the Peterborough Bird Club and they may make a donation to the club.

Why not join?
Upcoming Events

Sunday, January 8 - Outdoor Walk - North Norfolk, RSPB Titchwell Marsh

Tuesday, January 17 - Outdoor Walk - Rutland Water

Tuesday, January 31 - Indoor Talk - The Nene Washes and Current Developments with Charlie Kitchin


Take a look at the 43 different types of bird spotted during the recent Club event at the Nene Washes on the 8th December.

160,000 Woodcock are shot for fun across the UK whilst their population is declining. The Defra Secretary of State has powers to limit the shooting season. Help us reach 100,000 signatures, which would mean the topic would be debated in parliament, by signing this petition.

Take a look at the 41 different types of bird spotted during the recent Club event at Eyebrook Reservoir on the 23rd November.

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