West Midland Bird Club

Kidderminster Branch Indoor Meetings

The Kidderminster Branch of the West Midland Bird Club welcomes everyone to its indoor meetings, which are held are held on the fourth Wednesday of the month, from September through to April, at St. Oswald's Church Centre, Broadwaters Drive, Kidderminster DY10 2RY (SO841779 *). The venue is fully accessible to wheelchair users. There is a large car park near to the Church Centre.

A charge of £2 per person for West Midland Bird Club members and £2.50 for non members is made, which includes refreshments. There is also an optional raffle.

Meetings usually begin at 7.30pm. Committee Members are available from 7.15pm, to discuss any birding matters.

Wed. Sept 25th

Keith Offord

An Indian Winter

The stunning wildlife of Bharatpur. Including Siberian Cranes, and tigers at Bandhavgargh. Postponed from September 2012

Wed. Oct. 23rd

Nick Martin

A Photographer's Wild Britain

From the oak woods of mid Wales to the bird colonies on The Shetlands – some of the wild laces and the special animals and birds which live there.

Wed. Nov.27th

Mike Leach

Mike’s adventures working with many types of owls around the world for the last twenty years. Includes species such as great horned; spectacled, snowy, pygmy etc.

Wed. Dec 18th

Jim Almond

A Shropshire Birder's Year

Plus Christmas Buffet


22nd Jan. 2014

Gerry Griffiths

The Falklands

The stunning wildlife and scenery of these remote islands

26th Feb. 2014

Carl Barimore

BTO Bird Surveys and Nest Record Scheme

26th March 2014

Colin McShane


The joys and problems of birding in desert environments.

23rd April 2014

Tony Wharton

Birds, Bugs and Bloomers

Postponed from 2013 because of the snow.

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Registered charity, number 213311

Ornithology in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire & the West Midlands county, since 1929.

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