How to Get Involved with the Clyde SOC
The Scottish Ornithologists' Club (SOC) was established in March 1936. Our Clyde branch is one of 15 local branches in Scotland. We have an Evening Talks programme from September to April giving our members the opportunity to hear some of Scotland’s top ornithologists and conservationists speak. A full programme of monthly Outings is arranged to some of the best birding sites both locally and sometimes a bit further afield.
Although members are affiliated to their nearest branch of the Club, you’re free to attend talks and outings organised by any of the other branches too. So if you’re going up north for your holidays or working down south for example, do have a look and see if there’s anything on around the time of your visit! Information on the all the branches can be found over on the SOC website.
Many of our members are heavily involved in Fieldwork, Surveys and projects and there is ample opportunity to get involved Beginners are very welcome and we can arrange mentoring too.
We are looking to establish a Discussion Group of people already involved in fieldwork & surveys and those who would like to learn more and perhaps participate in future work. We are also actively seeking people who might help us with writing Bird Reports. Mentoring / training will be given and beginners are welcome. If you are interested in any of these opportunities, please let us know.
We did some research and have listed other organisations and projects active in the Clyde area below. Please note that the SOC is not responsible for the content of external websites. If you’d like your project or organisation to be added to the list, update your entry or be removed from the list, please Contact us.