RSPB Walsall Local Group


Indoor Meetings

We meet on the third Wednesday every month, except in July and August, when we have a rest, and December, when we meet earlier. Our venue is St Mary's Primary School, Jesson Road, Walsall WS1 3AY (just south of the junction with Mandeville Gardens). Grid reference: SP019977 (here are some maps).

Buses on route 51 (Walsall bus station — Birmingham) pass nearby: alight outside the County Hotel, Birmingham Road, about five minutes walk away (CENTRO have timetables). The school also has a car park.

Doors open at 7pm, for a 7.30 start. Admission costs just £3. Refreshments are served, for a nominal charge.

Our speakers are chosen to appeal to anyone with an interest in birds, be they a beginner or an expert. Non-members are most welcome, though we hope you will consider joining the RSPB, especially if you attend regularly. We look forward to seeing you!

January 15 2014

Colin McShane

Bird Ringing in Russia

February 26 2014

Nick Martin

A Photographer's Wild Britain

March 19 2014

Leo Smith

Return of the Red Kite

April 30 2014

Steve Holliday

Saving Nature in a Tropical Paradise

May 21 2014

Jeff Sim (Staffordshire Wildlife Trust)

The Natural History of the Roaches

plus our brief AGM

June 18 2014

Chasewater

Note: Evening walk, meet at the vistor centre carpark at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start.

September 17 2014

Mike Wilkes

Spring in Spain

October 15 2014

Andy Purcell

The Birds and Wildlife of Florida

November 12 2014

Gary Farmer

India — on the trail of the tiger

Note change of date!

December 17 2014

Martin Fisher

Birds? I can't get away from them!

January 21 2015

Mike Lane

A Lane around the U.K.

February 25 2015

Colin McShane

Desert birding in Tunisia

March 18 2015

Scott Petrek

Secret Staffordshire's Nature Reserves

April 22 2015

Jim Almond

North Norfolk Here I Come

May 20 2015

Ashley Grove

Trinidad and Tobago, Home of the Hummingbird

plus our brief AGM

See also our week-day local walks in and around Walsall.

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