Welcome to the Herefordshire Ornithological Club
The Herefordshire Ornithological Club promotes education and the study of wild birds and their conservation in Herefordshire. Anyone interested in birds and bird watching is welcome: student or adult, beginner or expert, local patch enthusiast, professional ornithologist or freelance consultant. Pursue your hobby and interest in birds with like-minded people and join us at indoor meetings held between September and March at Holmer Parish Hall, Hereford and field trips held throughout the year.
The Club supports conservation through a small-grants conservation fund and by contributing to local and national surveys. We can work with individuals and organisations seeking advice on conservation matters relating to birds.
Join us and friendly help, advice and encouragement will be found in plenty whenever you need it.
Donations help support bird and habitat conservation work in the county.
- Bird identification course on 1st May at Sellack, near Ross-on-Wye 17th March 2019
- County Sites – guides to four more sites published 7th March 2019
- Visible Migration Survey – ‘vismigging’ 6th March 2019
- Amanda Perkins, Curlews
- 12th September 2019
- Peter Morris, Bird Song Through The Ears Of A Musician
- 10th October 2019
Submit Records To BirdTrack
We encourage all members with computers to enter their records directly on to BirdTrack. These will become the County records as well as contributing to the national database.