We generally meet fortnightly on Thursday morning or for a whole day. However, in winter we sometimes meet less regularly. The main interest of the group is in bird and plant identification, but recently we have widened our interest to include fungi, butterflies and moths, badgers and bats. In autumn, winter and spring we usually watch birds and during the summer months we look at plants, but also birds and other wildlife. We regularly walk round Peebles, along the Tweed and Manor Valley. Sometimes we venture further afield e.g. to St Abbs Head, Musselburgh Lagoons, Carrifran Forest. We carry books, binoculars and cameras and discuss and learn.
Check out the new Natural History Resources pages - which contain member submitted photos, documents and links to external natural history material which may be of interest.
Due to limitations of this site, only a maximum of 25 images can be shown on one page, so the resources have been split as follows: