Chelmsford & Central Essex RSPB Have Lots Of Talks & Events To Encourage Us To Appreciate & Help Wildlife In Our Area
Saving the UK’s Most Threatened Birds
Thursday 10 September 2015. Writtle College – Northumberland Theatre. (NOTE: Theatre is very close to Wilkins Tea Room; not on the main college site). Ample free parking adjacent to the theatre. Access is at ground level
Gwyn Williams, Head of Reserves and Protected Areas, will look at how the RSPB decides how best it can organise itself to stimulate recovery in the UK of threatened birds such as the white tailed eagle, bittern and cirl bunting, through the measures available to us, including reserves, protected areas and hands-on species interventions.
Gwyn will then talk about RSPB’s work for corncrakes as a species whose decline towards extirpation in the UK was halted, and now reversed.
Time: 8.00pm – 9.50pm with interval. Price: £3.50 (free tea/coffee/juice and biscuits in the interval) Non-Members welcome. No booking required. Free parking immediately outside theatre entrance.
For further details see: www.rspb.org.uk/groups/chelmsford/events/
For a poster to display: RSPB Saving UKs Most Threatened Birds 10 Sep 15
Urban Birding (with “The Urban Birder”!)
Thursday 12 November 2015. Writtle College – Northumberland Theatre
Lordship Road, Chelmsford CM1 3RP. (NOTE: Theatre is very close to Wilkins Tea Room; not on the main college site). Ample free parking adjacent to the theatre. Access is at ground level.
Passionate about birds from a very young age and now a well known TV presenter, radio broadcaster, author, naturalist, tour leader and recent promoter of Britain’s emblematic bird, the robin, “The Urban Birder” – DAVID LINDO will explain how we can Look Up! to enrich our lives.
8.00pm – 9.45pm with interval. £5.00 entry (including refreshments).
Seating is limited so call 01245 248651 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book! Booking Advised as seating is limited.
Further information is on the website http://www.rspb.org.uk/groups/chelmsford/events
For a poster to display please see: RSPB Urban Birder
Unless otherwise specified, you do not need to be a member of the RSPB (or the local group) to join us on our events, and birdwatching experience is not necessary.