"BTO Cuckoo Project" by Graham Appleton. Graham has worked for the BTO for 16 years and is currently the Director of Communications. He is a life-long birdwatcher and gives many talks about migration. Although the focus of the evening's presentation will be the cuckoos there will be new information about tracking nightjars, nightingales, swifts and perhaps other species. This will be an up-to-the-minute look at how new technologies are revolutionizing our understanding of migration. For information on the BTO Cuckoo Project Click Here
Entrance Fee is: £4.00 RSPB members; £5.00 non-members; children and under 16-year-olds, free.
Doors open at 6.15pm and tea and biscuits will be available - so why not come along early and meet other group members? (47 people attended our recent indoor meeting on Swift Conservation so it's a good idea to be early if you want one of the better seats.)