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Welcome to Blackburn Bird Club's website

Blackburn Bird Club was founded in 1991 for people with a shared interest in birds. The Club puts on a number of events every year to enable members to learn about and enjoy watching birds.

The Club has indoor meetings from October to April when guest speakers give high quality photographic presentations, there's also a free members Library, raffle and bird food for sale. Come and enjoy being part of a community of bird lovers both at indoor meetings and on our regular field meetings to a number of locations locally.

You'll learn so much about wild birds with the Club, especially if you're new to birdwatching. Submit your bird records to us, take part in our Garden Birdwatch and receive an annual Bird Report. Blackburn Bird Club offers something for everyone, whether you're new to birdwatching or more experienced.

Waxwing at Barrow, by Jonathan Fry.

Why not explore our site? You'll find a lot more information about who we are and what we do. Browse the various pages on this site to find out more about indoor meetings, field meetings and all Club activities. If you're interested in becoming a member or want to know what you get for membership check out our Benefits of Membership page.

Social Media -

Check us out on Facebook for all the latest news, sightings, photos, videos, migration information etc. Just click the blue Facebook icon below.

Also find us on Flickr - this is where members photographs are displayed from Lancashire and beyond. Click on the Flickr icon below or on the Members Photographs section on the menu at the top of the page.

Kingfisher at Yarrow Valley Park, by Brian Taylor.

Blackburn Bird Club meet on the first Monday of the month from October to April at -

Feniscowles Methodist Church,

Preston Old Road,

Blackburn,

BB2 5ER

For Programme and directions see our Indoor Meetings page.

or visit our Contact Us page.

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