Derbyshire Police and the RSPB are appealing for information following the illegal killing of two birds of prey near to Glossop, Derbyshire. A £1000 reward has been offered by the RSPB for information leading to a conviction…….. Click HERE for more.
Club Subscriptions are now due for 2106.
|Junior (under 16):||£1.00||p.a.|
|Group Membership (eg School or Company):||£15.00||p.a.||(per Group – max. 1 Annual Report per Group)|
Cheques should be made payable to “Carsington Bird Club” and posted to – The Membership Secretary, 25 CHURCH STREET, HOLLOWAY, MATLOCK, DERBYSHIRE, DE4 5AY.
CBC Indoor Meeting Schedule for 2015/16
All CBC meetings are held in the ‘Henmore Room’ in Carsington Water’s main centre and they start at 19.30h. Entrance fee is £2.00 to members and £2.50 to guests – Parking is free.
Dates for the Winter meetings are:
No February meeting
Tuesday March 15 – ‘Bats’ by Bob Croxton from the Sorby Mammal and Bat Group
Tuesday Sept 20 – ‘SCOTLAND – the very best of UK Wildlfe, Speyside, Shetland, Mull and The Uists’ by Paul Hobson
Tuesday Oct 18 – Joint meeting with DOS – ‘A Year of Birds at Old Moor’ by Matthew Capper (warden at the RSPB reserve)
Tuesday Nov 15 – ‘Iceland’ by Ian Newton
Tuesday Dec 15 – Christmas meeting – Speaker is Tony Davison – ‘Winter Birding in New Jersey’
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