Shetland Bird Club
The Shetland Bird Club was founded in 1973 to promote study, conserve and record the bird life of the Shetland Islands. The club publishes an annual report every year (Shetland Bird Report); promotes and manages the Nature in Shetland website and social media; responds to local political and environmental concerns; hosts talks and social events; participates in Shetland Nature Festival; manages Calum's Fund to further the club's aims; and, is looking for ways to encourage new membership.
The club's aims:
to study and record bird life in Shetland, and where appropriate, other aspects of the natural environment of Shetland
to co-operate with local and national bodies in ornithological enquiries
to produce an annual report, to be known as the 'Shetland Bird Report'
to promote and develop interest in ornithology in Shetland
the conservation of Shetland's bird life
Shetland Bird Club committee
Dennis Coutts - Honorary President
Martin Heubeck - Honorary Member
Julie Redpath - Chairperson/Newsletter Editor
Dave Okill - Vice Chairperson
Helen Moncrieff - Club Secretary
Rebecca Nason - Treasurer & Membership Secretary
Rob Fray - County Recorder
Mike Pennington - Editor (Shetland Bird Report)
Pete Ellis - Conservation Officer
John Lowrie Irvine
If you are a Shetland Bird Club member and interested in joining the Shetland Bird Club committee please get in touch...
After a five year term, committee members must either stand down or stand for re-election. This process takes place at the Annual General Meeting, usually in February, and means that each year there is a chance for you to get involved and have your say.
For more information, please contact the SBC Secretary.