Saving Britain’s birds – an evening with Kevin Cox

The BOC’s next indoor meeting on Wednesday 27th November will be an evening with Kevin Cox, Chair of the RSPB’s Council, who will discuss some of the local, national and international issues facing bird conservation. He will talk about the birds of his home Dartmoor, especially those of the open moor and western oak woods and reveal some of the secret spots where they can be found. Following that he will talk about some key RSPB projects, highlighting the species recovery work for birds like Curlew, Turtle Dove and Cirl Bunting and some of the national and international issues that the conservation movement faces.

This meeting is open to all and there will be no charge for RSPB group members.

The meeting starts at 8 pm in Room 109, Palmer Building, University of Reading, Whiteknghts Park.