Illustrated Talks for Thursdays  2017


Puffin by John Buckingham

A series of illustrated talks from guest speakers, exploring wildlife near and far. Please feel free to attend all of the talks, just one or any number you like.

This is a relaxed way to take yourself to pastures new on cold winter evenings.

September – December 2017.

Field Centre opens at 19.00, talks start at 19.30 and end at about 21.30 with a break for refreshments after about one hour.

All welcome, £4.00 per person.

September 14th                  BARDSEY ISLAND                                                     Steffan Walton

September 21st                  BIRDS OF MEXICO                                                   Steve Ray

September 28th                 THE KINGFISHER                                                     David Boag

28th September 2017 The Kingfisher with David Boag

October 5th                          ORCHIDS OF THE FOLKESTONE DOWNS         Alfie Gay

October 12th                       COSTA RICA REVISITED WITH SBBOT               John Buckingham

October 19th                       ‘LIGHTCATCHING’ NATURE & SCENIC PHOTOGRAPHY       Colin Page

October 26th                       MY PATCH                                                                   Simon Ginnaw

November 2nd                     BIRDS OF THE SEA – SIGHTS & SOUNDS         Ian Rumley-Dawson

November 9th                     BIRDS OF KIRINDY FOREST – MADAGASCAR             Clive Nuttman

November 16th                   BIRDS NAMED AFTER PEOPLE                            Ken Chapman

November 23rd                   RSPB LYDDEN VALLEY UPDATE & OTHER KENT RESERVES                                                                                                                                                                    Martin Randall

November 30th                   KAZAKHSTAN                                                           Brian Short

December 7th                      ON HOLIDAY WITH BRIGGSY                                 Mike Briggs