Bangor Bird Group

The Bird Group, which has links with Bangor University, was set up 70 years ago. It arranges a series of weekly talks over the autumn and spring terms with a wide range of speakers and topics. These are held on Wednesday evenings (except where indicated) in the ground floor lecture theatre of the University’s Brambell Building on Deiniol Road and start at 7.30 pm prompt (no access to building after this time). Non members £2 per meeting.

Spring 2018 programme

3 January. Trinidad and Tobago, Geoff Gibbs.

10 January. From Sulawesi to the Serengeti, Dan Brown.

17 January. North Carolina Pelagic Birding, Rhys Jones.

24 January (Wildlife Trust Talk). The Upper Conwy Project, Dewi Davies.

Thursday 1 February. Japan in winter, Paul French.

7 February. Wildlife of the North-West Passage, Rhion Pritchard.

14 February. The Gronant Little Terns, Henry Cook.

21 February. The Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil, Julian Hughes.

28 February (Wildlife Trust Talk). Butterflies and Moths – jewels of the day and night, Steve Palin.

7 March. The Wildlife of Chile, Richard Birch.

14 March. The Caucasus Mountains of Georgia, Stephen Culley.

Membership is open to all and costs:
Waged £15
Concessions £12
Students £10
Non-members – £2 per meeting

The Committee
Kim Parry – President
Susan Jones – Chair
Nigel Brown – Vice Chair
Ian Wright –  Treasurer & Membership Secretary
Steve Culley – Programme Organiser
Richard Birch – Secretary
Gareth Howells – Committee Member
Peter Stuttard – Committee Member  
Nigel Brown – Honorary member
Jim Clark – Honorary member
Dr Richard Arnold – Honorary member

For further information, email