RSPB Richmond and Twickenham releases autumn programme of talks

Community news on behalf of RSPB Richmond and Twickenham | 17 August 2022

The group is offering a wide range of bi-monthly talks from September to May on birds and other nature-related topics, and has announced a busy programme of events, talks and walks for the autumn months.

The Richmond and Twickenham RSPB group's aim is to actively support the work of the RSPB in the local community and to involve the wider public in the Society’s conservation, education, fundraising activities.

The bi-monthly talks resume on Wednesday 7 September with a talk from Keith Betton on Stone Curlews and Peregrines. On Tuesday 13 September, Rob Yarham will give a talk on Birding in West Sussex.

Moving into October, Steve Portugal will deliver a talk on Bird Flight and Cooperative Aerodynamics on Wednesday 5 October, while later in the month Brittany Maxted will discuss Restoring the Osprey.

All events are due to take place in the Hyde Room of York House in Twickenham.

Explore the full programme of talks

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Updated: 17 August 2022

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