Online Talk - Mysteries of Migration with Ralph & Brenda Todd
About the event
Join us for an evening talk hosted by Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust
Bird migration - why, where, when and how. This talk will look at early theories of bird migration, the development of our knowledge through bird observatories, ringing and most recently, radio/satellite tagging. Perhaps we shall never quite understand the marvel of migration but it is fascinating to try.
Ralph and Brenda Todd have been volunteering for the RSPB for over 45 years, they are both keen birdwatchers and photographers, have led many international birdwatching tours, as well as publishing a birdwatching book.
The event will be online via Zoom. We will provide you with all the details you need to log into Zoom and to join the webinar once you have registered.
The webinar will be recorded and made available on YouTube afterwards.
This talk has been organised by our volunteer run Local Groups. Money raised at Local Group events throughout the year supports our work for wildlife, however, with all their events cancelled any donations you can give will make a huge difference to us. If you can, please donate below.
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Find out more about our Local Groups
This talk has been organised by one of our volunteer run Local Groups. Our network of Local Groups represent us and the wildlife of Leicestershire and Rutland in their local community. Local Groups organise a wide range of activities throughout the year enabling people to enjoy and find out more about local wildlife and encouraging more support for the Trust. Activities range from guided walks and reserve open days to slide talks and plant sales.
We have 7 groups across the two counties, plus the Leicestershire & Rutland Badger Group. You don't have to be a member to attend - groups are inclusive and open to anyone.
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