Bird Sightings

Seen an interesting bird?  Then let us know by submitting a record on our on-line database.  It is easy to do but if you need some instructions take a look at the Submit Sightings Page.  To view the latest sightings just click on the menu item for Latest Sightings.

Some birds are not uncommon in other parts of the country or around our coasts, but may be in Buckinghamshire.  If you want to see just how scarce a particular species is then take a look at the Bucks List.

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Data Protection

Buckinghamshire Bird Club’s Compliance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Our statement on how we store, use and protect your personal information.

Overall purpose: Buckinghamshire Bird Club is a membership organisation. It needs to record your membership details.
How we gather your personal information: You provide it to us via membership application forms.
What we store: We store the information you provide on your membership application form.
What we do not store: We do not store anything in addition to the details provided on your application form.
How we store it: All gathered material is stored electronically on a membership database.
How we protect it: The membership database is held securely by the Membership Secretary. It is looked after in accordance with good practice (i.e. backups are taken, anti-virus software is deployed as deemed necessary etc).
How we use it:  The membership database is used to communicate with current paid up members. We e-mail the club’s monthly bulletin to those members possessing an email address and we post an Annual Report to all members. We keep the database up to date by adding joiners, removing leavers, recording renewals and recording changes notified to us.

How we DO NOT use it:  We never divulge your details to any third party.

Your rights: Members may at any time ask to see the information we hold on them, and to request any changes they wish made.

Buckinghamshire Bird Club
January 2019