• An Eider by Adriana Buskin
  • Black Redstart by Alan Jack
  • A Bee-eater at Druridge Pools in October 2017 by Tim Dean
  • Yellow-browed Warbler
    Yellow-browed Warbler by Alan Curry
  • A Redwing from the Wallsend Parks by Paul Buskin
  • A Jack Snipe from Druridge Pools in May 2017 by Hector Galley
  • Siberian Accentor by Alan Jack
  • A Lapland Bunting from St Mary's by Paul Buskin
  • A Barnacle Goose by Adriana Buskin
  • A Brent Goose by Alan Curry
  • A Waxwing from Ashington by Paul Buskin

Other Publications

In addition to our annual reports the club has the following publications available for purchase. Prices quoted include postage and packaging although arrangements can be made to collect items at indoor meetings during the winter sessions. Please contact :  Trevor Blake 6 Glenside, Ellington, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 5LS.  Email:  trevor1958@live.co.uk

Please make cheques payable to ‘Northumberland & Tyneside Bird Club‘.


The Atlas of Wintering Birds in Northumbria

A landmark publication, it includes full details of all species found in the club’s recording area during the three winter periods of 1996/97 to 1998/99 inclusive. For most species a full account, including details of numbers found, distribution, and, where appropriate, comments on the historical, local and national significance, are given. In addition three maps have been provided showing the distribution by tetrad and 10km squares for the latest survey and also the distribution by 10km square for the 1981-84 winter survey. The introduction outlines the major habitats within the area and also the region’s winter weather. A4 hardback, laminated cover,  468 pages, 36 colour photos & many line drawings.

PRICE REDUCED – NOW JUST £10 (p & p £7.50  or collect at a club meeting)


Blyth Birds

A comprehensive history of the birds of Blyth in the 1990s compiled by club member Steve Holliday. This A5 sized publication contains not only a full Classified List of all species that have been recorded in the area but also accounts for Purple Sandpipers and Gull numbers.