Until such time as it is possible to meet indoors, meetings and illustrated talks will be by Zoom. Instructions for joining a Zoom meeting by desktop, laptop or mobile phone will be sent by email in advance of the Zoom talks. For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoom talks are currently held at 7.30pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
19 January, Zoom talk at 7.30pm by Mark Pearson -The Miracle of Migration
Mark Pearson is an ornithologist, photographer, wildlife guide, nature writer and natural history speaker with lifelong interest in all aspects of natural history. He is also a songwriter & musician. His nature writing has been widely published in magazines, books and online, including articles for Birdwatch magazine and Birdguides. He has worked with Wildlife Trusts, the RSPB and Yorkshire Coast Nature and is Communications Officer for Filey Bird Observatory. He has appeared in radio and TV programmes about birds and wildlife including on Springwatch with Chris Packham, Autumnwatch with Simon King and on Natural World.
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16 February, Zoom talk at 7.30pm by Nick Martin – The Wildlife of Sydney and the Blue Mountains
Nick is a wildlife photographer with a passion for nature and the countryside. He has travelled widely around the UK and across the world photographing wildlife in many different habitats and landscapes and regularly gives talks to natural history and photography groups. Tonight, his talk takes us to Australia to explore the remarkable wildlife of Sydney and the Blue Mountains which includes such varied species as fairy wrens, cockatoos, frogmouths and fruit bats!
16 March, Zoom talk at 7.30pm by Sara Frost – St Kilda – Sailing to the Edge of the World
Sara is a tour leader for Naturetrek and will be taking us on a wildlife cruise through the Hebrides and onto the enchanting islands of St. Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles. She describes the wildlife encountered en route, including whales, otters, sharks, eagles and the breath-taking sights of thousands of birds nesting on towering sea cliffs, plus the adventure of landing on St. Kilda itself!
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