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Random image from the image gallery. All images are copyright the original photographer.
Random image from the image gallery. All images are copyright the original photographer.
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Website Redesign

We will be launching our redesigned website later this month. Our current web editor, Kev Hutchby, is moving on to other projects after over 7 years of editing our website after the last site redesign in 2006.

Isles of Scilly 2014

We have now published details of our planned trip to the Isles of Scilly in October 2014

Rarity Sightings - Record Form

We have produced a new form that we would like you to complete if you wish to report a rarity that you have seen in Nottinghamshire: Download: Rarity Records Form [Word 2007+, 13kb].

Follow us on twitter

twitter logo Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers is on twitter. You can use twitter to send us information on sightings, events and other relevant bird news.

Follow: @NottsBirders – #nottsbirding


Membership Benefits

Check out the stores offering discounts for members of Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers.


Site Contents

About NBW

About us contains details on how to join Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers, membership forms and a bit about the history.

Contact us

A list of the key NBW contacts.

Also included:

  • A list of the committee members of the NBW
  • how to send in your bird sightings
  • how to buy an annual report
  • how to join related Yahoo Groups.

Latest sightings

Our most popular page. Catch up with the latest Nottinghamshire Bird Sightings

This is updated several times a week and also provides access to archives of sightings since 2000.

A~Z

An Alphabetic list of site contents.

Trip reports

Interesting write-ups from NBW field trips. Reports are available from 2004 onwards. View the latest report from Norfolk. See also Neil Glenn's list of species seen on minibus trips.

Weather

Latest forecasts for weather around Nottinghamshire


From the newsletter - part one

Editorial by Howard Broughton.

New: This new page features an article from our latest newsletter. As such, it will be updated regularly.

From the newsletter - part two

Nature Notes by Derick Scott.

New: This new page features an article from our latest newsletter. As such, it will be updated regularly.

Photo galleries

Latest images from Nottinghamshire. Latest additions include: New images include Parrot Crossbill, Firecrest & Kingfisher.

You can also view our new galleries: birds photographed around the UK and birds photographed around the World. Latest images include Nuthatch, Kestrel & Goldfinch.

Birding in Nottinghamshire

See the best birdwatching sites in Nottinghamshire. Includes maps and site guides.

News

Bird related news from Nottinghamshire. This page is rarely updated - so if you have a bird-related news story, please email Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers

Other local clubs

Links to local Nottinghamshire bird and natural history societies.

Local reports

Nottinghamshire field trip reports. This includes a report from Thoresby Hall by Steve Graham, a visiting birder from Huddersfield.

Feel free to send in your own local reports.

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What's New: 21st April 2014

We will be launching our redesigned website later this month. Our current web editor, Kev Hutchby, is moving on to other projects after over 7 years of editing our website after the last site redesign in 2006.

Useful links updated. Our useful links pages feature birding and bird-related websites from Nottinghamshire as well as across the UK and the rest of the world.

Events updated. We now have dates for 2 Nightjar walks for 2014. Bookings cannot be taken until 7th April.

We have produced a new form that we would like you to complete if you wish to report a rarity that you have seen in Nottinghamshire: Download: Rarity Records Form [Word 2007+, 13kb].

Send in your sightings

If you have any bird sightings that you would like to be shown and recorded on this site you can either complete our online submission form, email your sightings or, if that doesn't work for you, you can copy and paste the email address webmaster@nottsbirders.net. Don't forget to submit your monthly records to the Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers recorder. Download the spreadsheet - Excel 97 / 2003 or Download the spreadsheet - Excel 2007 / 2013.

e-Newsletter

If anyone would like a look at the e-newsletter, please contact Howard Broughton. Those who have it really like it. Having a look is free! View some free samples.

There are several vacancies for people who are willing to be more involved in the affairs of the Nottinghamshire Birdwatchers Club. See the vacancy page for more details.