Bird Watching

Lockdown easing

As the country cautiously moves forward and pandemic restrictions are eased, many of our groups will turn their attention to how and when our members can safely resume face-to-face meetings.

The following must be borne in mind:

Any dates for face-to-face meetings, events and trips are provisional and based on our understanding of the UK Government’s plan to gradually ease pandemic restrictions. As such they are subject to change. Please ensure you have the latest information from your convenor or organiser.

Any member who is feeling ill, displaying COVID-19 symptoms or has received a positive test result in the past 10 days must NOT participate.

Group photo from Woolston Eyes, see: Woolston Eyes Ranger Report

Convenor: Gwyn Davies

To contact Gwyn, please email marking the subject line of your email ‘FAO: Gwyn Davies’.

Venue and day/time: This is an enthusiastic group which meets at 10.15am in the car park at the back of St Mark’s Church in Worsley on alternate Mondays, travelling to venues usually decided by members.

A report by Ranger Dave on our 2019 visit to Chat Moss can be found on this link: U3A 141019 Moss Wander 

The accent in the winter months is on sites nearer to home and possibly with a place to get a midday meal.

Members almost always use their own transport with car sharing to accommodate those without a car.

Gallery – Bird Watching

The bird watching programme for 2020/21 is not yet available but you may wish to view the 2019/20 Bird Watching Programme.

Please contact Gwyn for further information.

You may also be interested in:

The u3a subject advice page for birdwatching contains useful information and several interesting links including The RSPB.