London Natural History Society The place for wildlife in London

London Natural History Society - The place for wildlife in London


Burgh House



IMG 4857 2016 10 15 Hampstead

First and second images attributed to Burgh House, third image from Wikipedia, fourth image (C) Gehan de Silva.

Images in the header are copyright Gehan de Silva, except the image showing Dominic Couzens.

All of the London Bird Club’s talks are listed in the full LNHS programme . For ease of reference, the season’s programme and details of the venue are listed below.


Programme: Autumn 2016- Spring 2017

September 22nd (Thurs.) 2016 Dominic Couzens Have Wings, Will Travel – The Migration
October 19th (Weds.) 2016 Les Edwins Operation Turtle Dove - Saving a Bird on the Brink
November 24th (Thurs.) 2016 AGM + Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne A Bird Photographer's London - Should London be promoted as a Wildlife Destination?
January 18th (Weds.) 2017 Jeff Blincow Bird Flight
February 23rd (Thurs.) 2017 Martyn Kenefick Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre
March 22nd (Weds.) 2017 Meg Game London's Finest Birdwatching Sites – Wildlife and Management of Hampstead Heath

Time: 7pm to 8.30pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.  Location: Burgh House, New End Square, Hampstead, London, NW3 1LT. The café and museum closes at 5.00pm. For the London Bird Club talks the doors open at 6.30pm. Admission: Everyone is very welcome to come along to the London Bird Club talks and bring their friends. To cover costs there is a £2 door charge for this talk, though anyone under 18 years old or in full time education does not have to pay. Please feel free share details with anyone who might be interested and please do Tweet this page or share it on Facebook.

Burgh House

The venue is the lovely Burgh House, just a few minutes walk from Hampstead tube station on the Northern Line (not Hampstead Heath - that's the nearby Overground station).
Tip: You can visit the Burgh House museum and exhibitions first, and maybe the charming little garden and The Buttery Café. But if you need to kill time for an hour and a half between the house and cafe closing and first arrivals for the talk at 6.30pm (for a 7pm start), there is a very civilised pub (The Wells) opposite the house. Hampstead is also a delightful village which can be explored. The Heath is just minutes away from Burgh House and can be explored in a mini nature walk.