Bird Observers' Club

Visitors are always welcome at Cumberland Bird Observers' Club

Birdwatching in Sydney since 1979

Birding with Cumberland Bird Observers
Southern Boobook

Meetings are held on the third Tuesday night of every month at the Wesley Castle Hill Uniting Church.

Meetings usually consist of guest speakers (some from overseas), "bird of the night" where we learn identification tips, then time to socialise over a free cup of coffee, tea or orange juice. There is also time to enter your bird sightings in the Interesting Observations book.

If you don't have a car, give us a call and we can try to arrange someone to pick you up. Meetings last until about 9.30pm or 10pm.

Don't be shy - come along and say g'day.

Location: The Wesley Castle Hill Uniting Church is at the corner of Kentwell and Showground Roads, Castle Hill. Best access is via the carpark at the back of the church. This is off Worthing Avenue, which can be accessed from Kentwell Ave. Note that you cannot turn from Showground Rd into Kentwell Ave; it has to be approached from Castle St.

Upcoming Meetings
third Tuesday of every month at 8pm
March 16Climate change and Australian Birds
Speaker: Prof. Lesley Hughes
April 20Managing Water for the Environment in the NSW Murray Darling Basin for birds, with a case study of the Macquarie Marshes
Speakers: Tim Hosking
May 18Eyre Bird Observatory Caretaking Experience
Speaker: Margo and Bruce Pickworth
June 15The incentive program for bittern-friendly rice growing
Speaker: Matt Herring
July 20White-faced Storm-Petrel; recovery of our smallest seabird
Speaker: Nicholas Carlile
August 17Sydney Olympic Park Spring Surveys
Speaker: Jenny O'Meara
September 21Ecology of Woodland Birds in Western Sydney
Speaker: Peter Ridgeway
October 19 
November 16 
December 21Christmas Party
Quizzes, games and finger food. Come along and enjoy this social evening. Please bring a half plate of food, drinks supplied by the club.

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