Indoor Meetings Indoor Meetings Programme 2018-19

During the Sept 2018 - June 2019 season there will be seven Indoor Meetings held on Friday evenings at Gospel Oak Methodist Church, London NW3 2NT.

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Friday 21 September 2018
The Dreda Farrell Lecture and MBS AGM. This talk is FREE thanks to a legacy left by founding member Dreda Farrell.
Conor Jameson - Looking for the Goshawk
Conor works for the RSPB and is an award-winning author, feature writer and conservationist. Silent Spring Revisited was published in 2012 and Looking for the Goshawk in 2013. His talk is about his quest searching for this elusive bird of prey, the Goshawk. followed by
Annual General Meeting Sept 2018 (covering the Sept 2017-June 2018 season). Minutes of the previous AGM have been posted with documents


Friday 19 October 2018
Stuart Elsom - Spring in Texas - Spectacular Spring Migration
Stuart is a field ecologist, tour leader and wildlife photographer with 35 years’ experience across six continents.
Speaker's website


Friday 16 November 2018
James Lowen – Double bill. Japan - the best winter birdwatching in the world plus Britain’s Best Wildlife Watching Weekends
James is a wildlife writer, editor, guide, consultant and photographer. He enthralled us with a talk about the Pantanal in the past and he returns to tell us about winter birdwatching in Japan as well as giving us a taster on Best Wildlife Weekends in Britain.
Speaker's website


Friday 18 January 2019
Lee Morgan - Wildlife of the Canadian Rockies
Lee is a professional ecologist, naturalist, photographer and writer. He has more than 10 years’ experience of guiding a wide variety of natural history tours all over the world and has worked as a bear guide in the Great Bear Rainforest. Prior to relocating to Canada, he worked as an environmental educator and ecological consultant in the UK and has extensive experience of working closely with a wide variety of rare and protected species including bats and other small mammals. He is going to talk to us about the amazing wildlife including birds of the Canadian Rockies.


Friday 22 February 2019
Steve Piotrowski - The Fall and Rise of Reggie Peregrine
Steve is a highly entertaining speaker and we welcome him back for his talk about peregrines. Steve is a naturalist based in Suffolk who runs bird ID courses, guided birdwatching tours in Suffolk, bird surveys and wildlife holidays elsewhere in Europe.
Speaker's website


Friday 15 March 2019
Andrew Cleave - Birds of the Coast
Andrew is a wildlife photographer, author, experienced lecturer and tour leader. He returns to speak to us about the seabird colonies on the British coastline, from Scilly to Shetland. His talk will include the best colonies to visit.
Speaker's website


Friday 12 April 2019
*Joint Meeting with London Bird Club*
Jackie Garner - Birds in Art
For our first joint meeting with the London Bird Club Jackie is going to talk to us about Birds in Art. Jackie is a renowned artist who has been painting wildlife and nature for over 30 years. Her paintings of nature and wildlife have been shown on BBC television and are held in collections as far afield as the Falkland Islands, Trinidad, Australia and South Africa. She is an author, teacher and runs workshops and community projects. She is the author and main illustrator of The Wildlife Artist’s Handbook.
Speaker's website


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