Indoor Events

Indoor Meetings

 

The indoor programme runs from September to April (excluding December) and is held on the last Tuesday of each month. Meetings start at 19:30 and are held in the Post Office Sports and Social club on Bourges Boulevard Peterborough PE1 2AU.

Indoor

Meetings are open to all, bird club members and occasional visitors. All we ask of visitors is to make a small donation to help with the running of these events and if you enjoy it, you could join for £12 for the household. A warm welcome awaits with a professional bar serving the usual alcoholic drinks as well as teas and coffee.

 

Why not join us for our next season of exciting and informative indoor meetings.

 
Upcoming Indoor Events

Tuesday October 29, 2019 at 19:30pm

'Birding In Peru' by Dave Needham

With an official list of 1,801 species, Peru is only topped by Colombia when it comes to bird numbers. Habitats range from snow-capped Andean peaks, lush cloud forests and coastal wetlands to rainforest. The variety of birdlife is amazing with no fewer than 137 species of hummingbirds, plus eye-catchers such as national bird Cock of the Rock, Andean Condor and Inca Tern.

 

Our guide to this region is Dave Needham, chairman of the local natural history society and keen nature photographer

Caption: A splendidly-moustached Inca Tern on the look-out for a tasty titbit in the fishing port of Pucusana, south of Lima.

Credit: David Cromack

Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 19:30pm

'Birding Northamptonshire' by Mike Alibone

Our neighbouring county is fast developing a network of interesting new wildlife destinations and we couldn’t have a better guide than Mike, who runs the Northants Birds website and writes optics reviews for Birdwatch magazine. As well as looking at key locations, he will discuss migration, breeding and winter visitors as well as population trends.

Caption: The River Nene is becoming an increasingly-important waterway for birdlife in both Northants and Cambridgeshire.

Credit: David Cromack

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