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RDOS was formed in 1974 to protect wild birds and their habitats.

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About

RDOS (Rotherham and District Ornithological Society)

Projects

We organise a range of field trips and have regular indoor meetings with guest speakers September-April at The United Reform Church Hall on Stag Lane (next to the Stag inn).

Membership or Donate

Membership is only £12.00 a year and we are always happy to receive donations to help with our work.

Get Involved

Find out about our latest meetings and field trips and how you can help

News 1

Covid-19 UPDATE

We are pleased to announce that with the easing of restrictions in England from July 19th 2021 we are planning to recommence our indoor programme from September 2021.

We will continue to ask members to follow safety measures whilst at our meetings including recommended use of face coverings.

Wild Rotherham

Rotherham is a diverse Borough close to the city of Sheffield. It is partly on coal measures but has a rich magnesian limestone belt to the south and a sandstone ridge to the east. This mix of geology creates a rich tapestry of habitat ranging from ancient woodland, heathland, wetland and farmland.

 

This website has been created and is moderated by Ben M. Keywood

News 2

The new RDOS magazine CHAT has now been published for members- let us know if you haven't received your copy.
 

News 3

New members' page on this website with exclusive members content