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Thursday 15th March : Indoor Meeting – Birds & Climate Change – Speaker James Pearce-Higgins (BTO)

James is a member of senior management at BTO and is the Director of Science and leads the BTO’s Climate Change Research, providing strategic oversight of BTO Science which encompasses both monitoring and research.
James chairs the BTO/JNCC/RSPB Breeding Bird

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Saturday 24th March 2018 : Outdoor Meeting : Lackford Lakes

Coordinator Alan Fordham

Lackford Lakes is a wildlife oasis with a landscape of lakes, reed beds meadow and woodland. On our last visit here we saw in excess of fifty species of birds.

Judy Hubbard’s report of our 2016 visit,

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15th February 2018 : Indoor Meeting : Speaker Mark Avery : Why should East Anglian Birders care about what happens on Grouse Moors?

Why should East Anglian Birders care about what happens on the Grouse Moors and what can they do about it?

Mark Avery is a scientist by training and a naturalist by inclination. He writes about and comments on environmental issues.

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Sunday 28th January 2018 Outdoor Meeting Courtyard Farm, Ringstead and Holkham

Meet in the Car Park at Courtyard Farm, grid ref. TF722 405 for a 9.00am start. This is beside the Ringstead to Burnham Market road at the end of Ringstead Common. We shall hope to see many farmland birds including

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Thursday 18th January : Nightjar & Other Woodland Species in Thetford Forest. Speaker: Greg Conway of the BTO

Greg has been a Research Ecologist at BTO for 19 years, studying birding farmland, upland and woodland birds, as well as organising many national single species surveys, including Nightjar, Woodlark, Nightingale, Ringed Plover and Woodcock.  For the past

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