Come And Join Us In Conversation With The Urban Birder - David Lindo Today





Our friend The Urban Birder, David Lindo, has come up with a brilliant idea -

In Conservation With… is a series of Zoom interviews with some of the leading figures in the natural history sector. I will be in conservation with birders, ornithologists, biologists, conservationists, broadcasters, writers, opinion leaders and today’s big thinkers.

The conversations will be factual and intuitive as well as sometimes irreverent and downright silly. The topics to be discussed will range from birding and all that entails to conservation issues, art, music and politics. The ethos behind these sessions will be to leave viewers/listeners enthused and even more curious about our natural world.

Today Saturday 25 April 2020 is our turn to chat with David and we can't wait, sure to be lots of fun! Here is how we are being billed...

RUTH & ALAN Saturday 25th April at 4.30pm BST

Ruth Miller and Alan Davies originally met whilst they both worked for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. However, in 2008, they gave up their jobs and spent the whole year travelling the world birding. They subsequently set a new world record for the highest number of birds seen in a single year – 4,341 species. They became sensations in the ornithological world!

The dynamic duo called that year ‘The Biggest Twitch’ and now, back in North Wales, they have gone on to form their own birding tour company called Birdwatching Trips offering guided bird watching daytrips, weekends and longer tours in North Wales, across Britain, Europe and further afield.

Price: FREE simply click on the link below and book in now!

https://theurbanbirderworld.com/tours/ruth-alan-saturday-25th-april-at-4-30pm-bst/

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We would love you to join us and be great to hear your questions! If we don't have time during the broadcast to answer all the questions asked we will cover them in a blog tomorrow. Please email questions, before 4pm BST today to us here....

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

Many thanks and we look forward to a wonderful conversation about conservation and all things birds!





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