The Fylde Bird Club welcomes all birdwatchers whatever their specific interest.  Whether you are a beginner, an expert, a casual local birder or a hard-bitten twitcher, a conservation worker or just want to meet other birders for a chat; we have something for you. The Club is involved in local conservation issues and works closely with local councils to attempt to protect the important habitats of the Fylde. Club members are involved in local and national counts and surveys.  The Fylde Bird Report is published annually which summarise each year's bird records. Our monthly meetings are social events, which regularly include slide shows and talks by both our own members and outside speakers. Information on recent bird sightings in the Fylde and where to watch birds in the Fylde is freely available. Membership fees are 14 per year (seniors 10, students 8, juniors 5, family membership 22). which includes a copy of the annual bird report and quarterly newsletters. If you would like to know more about the Fylde Bird Club, contact the secretary or attend one of our meetings and before deciding on joining, new members are always welcome.


male Goldeneye Pilling Duck Pond 30th December 2012 (Paul Slade)




Fylde Bird Club meetings are held at the River Wyre Hotel, Breck Road, Poulton-le-Fylde

Next meeting is on
26th February: Wildlife of Madagascar with Paul Ellis


Come here often? Why not support the Fylde Bird Club by joining. Only 14 a year including the Fylde Bird Report
Registered Charity no. 1102961