Thursday Lectures

ZOOM PRESENTATIONS 2020

From Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory

The following are ONLINE ONLY events due to the Field Centre being CLOSED for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19.

A series of illustrated talks from guest speakers, exploring wildlife near and far. This is a relaxed way to take yourself to pastures new on cold winter evenings. 

Thursday evenings 29th October, 5th & 12th November 2020

7.30 to 8.45 pm including questions.

£3 per person for each lecture.

Limited places so book your tickets now to avoid disappointment 👇

Thursday 29th October

SOME FLORA & FAUNA OF GUADELOUPE

Nick Smith

Guadeloupe is an archipelago forming an overseas region of France in the Caribbean. Most people associate the Caribbean with palm-fringed sandy beaches, warm seas and rum. Guadeloupe has these and more, with rainforests and a volcano, old salt pans and mangrove swamps. There are lots of places to explore and many interesting species to discover – with the added-bonus of French wines and cheeses!

 

Thursday 5th November

FYNBOS SPRING – BIRDS & WILDLIFE OF THE CAPE

John Buckingham

At the southern tip of South Africa, the magnificent Cape is alive during its ‘mediterranean’ Spring with stunning carpets of unique and beautiful flowers. Rare mammals flourish in a wealth of National Parks and endemic birds are everywhere.

 

Thursday 12th November

WILDLIFE SAFARI IN TANZANIA

Ken Chapman

The birds and animals of the Serengeti and other wildlife reserves of Northern Tanzania. A country renowned worldwide for the numbers and stunning diversity of its mammals and birdlife.

 

Look out for more Thursday lectures to be announced for Autumn and Winter.