Spring 2019 Recorders' Conference

Saturday 2nd March 2019 10am-4pm (Registration from 9.30am), Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford

Our bi-annual recorders' conferences offers a chance for the biological recording community to come together and share updates and information on what they are doing. Anyone who is interested in wildlife recording and conservation is welcome to attend.

Theme: Climate Change Adaptation

Tickets

Tickets are £10 for individuals, volunteer recorders and students, or £18 for corporate/professionals (employer is paying for your attendance) . This includes tea, coffee and cake. Advance booking is required and the final date for bookings or refunds is Friday 22nd February

CEH lunch menu (pdf)

Bookings are now closed

Programme

Programme (pdf)

Speed Updates (pdf)

Workshops (pdf)

Main Speakers: 

Francesca Dunn, Freshwater Habitats Trust
"Saving Oxfords Wetland Wildlife"

Aljos Farjon, FLS Honorary Research Associate, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
"A Biodiversity Survey of High Park (Blenheim): interim report 2017-2018"

Workshops:

  • Moths through the year  with Vikki Rose, Butterfly Conservation - Upper Thames
  • Waterblitz with Roselle Chapman  - Wild Oxfordshire; and Izzy Bishop - Earth Watch
  • British Reptiles: fantastic beasts and where to find them  with Neil Clennel - Wychwood Project
  • Water Management For Wetland Habitats with Rod D'Ayala - Ecological Consultant

Speed updates:

We would love to hear from YOU about what you have been up to - do you have any interesting sightings to share, upcoming events, or perhaps you are looking for new volunteers? We have a limited number of slots available which are 5 minutes long, with a maximum of 5 slides. Please indicate on your booking form if you would like to give an update.

Displays:

There will be a range of display stands from different recording and conservation groups which you can visit during refreshment and lunch breaks. Please indicate on your booking form if you would like to bring a display and/or leaflets.

Displays (pdf)

Bookshop:

There will be  pop-up bookshop selling copies of 'Shotover - The Life of an Oxfordshire Hill' (please bring cash).

Location

Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Maclean Building, Benson Lane, Crowmarsh Gifford, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 8BB.

For directions please see: http://www.ceh.ac.uk/wallingford

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