Large numbers of Bar-tailed Godwit may be seen here, and Little Tern often roosts on the closest sandbank.
Change to Programme Apologies, but we have decided to cancel tonight's Theme Night as the room has been booked for Hallowe'en.
Graham Metcalfe The club re-opens after the break with that well-loved locally adopted Yorkshireman, who has been much missed since his departure for Canada last year.
The northwestern Postberg section of the park (8) is open only during the flower season (August to October).Please come and support this club - we need to show our new landlord that there are plenty of us and that we can drink.Black Harrier (p.57 may be seen quartering low over the vegetation anywhere in the park.Put the date in your diary now.The short road down to the Seeberg hide (5) offers good strandveld birding, and is covered with flowers during spring.3/2 Open Session at the Half Moon science museum imax promo code St Clements Tonight is Darts Night at the Folly Bridge, so you will find us at the Half Moon, St Clements - as we don't know any songs about darts.African Rail is regularly seen darting in and out of the sedges, especially in the early morning on the right-hand side of the hide.The strandveld vegetation throughout the park harbours species such.Time for floor spots too, so come and join.PS If you can bring a friend/neighbour/relative to enjoy it with you we will be overjoyed.WallingfordBunkfest Don't forget that this festival is on all weekend, lots of fun and many free events.We always welcome visiting performers to the club, so if you are in town for the folk weekend then please come along and we should be able to give you a floorspot.As usual we will be welcoming all musicians and audience, visiting or local.Don't forget that we'll be back on 7th september.Anniversary Night Just a week or so early, but come and celebrate 22 years of the Oxford Folk Club.
Noisy Levaillants Cisticola, African Sedge Warbler and Cape Reed Warbler occur in the adjacent reedbeds.
Come along and join us, last week was brilliant.

The number of birds on this saltpan depends on the water level, and on the state of the tide; high tide is best, as many birds roost here when forced off their mudflat feeding grounds.
Cape Reed Warbler, African Sedge Warbler and Levaillants Cisticola are common and easily seen in the reeds, while Black Crake skulks lower down at the reed bases.