Indoor Meetings Programme


A meeting is held in The Main Hall, Surbiton Library, Ewell Road, Surbiton at 8pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, except August.


18 December – Members’ slides

This is members’ opportunity to show their own slides and digital photos of birds and other wildlife. Please contact Thelma Caine beforehand if you would like to take part (email A ten-minute slot is available for around 6 members. For showing digital photos, the Society’s laptop and projector will be available – bring along your photos on a CD or memory stick. There will also be homemade mince pies to enjoy at the interval!


15 January – Lee Morgan – The wildlife of Baja, California and Mexico

Lee is a professional ecologist, naturalist, photographer and writer with extensive experience of working closely with a rare and protected species including bats and other small mammals. He has more than ten years’ experience of guiding natural history tours all over the world and has worked as a bear guide in the Great Bear Rainforest. He currently runs tours for Lutra Wildlife and Wilderness and has led many natural history trips to California and around Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, and consequently has a wealth of knowledge about the wildlife of this area.
At the indoor meeting on January 15th there will be a new year raffle, prizes for which will be gratefully received. If you can help the club by donating a prize, please bring your items to the December indoor meeting and pass to Thelma, or bring them along on the night.


19 February – David Darrell-Lambert – A guide to bird sounds


19 March – Chris Ward – The magic of Mallorca


16 April – Simon Ginnaw – Kent’s wild year


21 May – Social evening


18 June – Jeff Blincow – Birds in flight


16 July – Members’ Evening


August – No meeting


17 September – Ashley Grove – Wonderful winter wildlife


15 October – AGM


19 November – Andrew Cleave – Birds and wildlife of Northern India


17 December – Members’ slides


Please make an effort to come along to the indoor meetings. They are the best way of keeping in touch.