Have You Checked Out Our Contributions To The First Ever Virtual Bird Fair




Bird Fair usually looks like this, Rutland Water, this year it has gone virtual!



Due to Corona Virus this years event has gone on-line which is of course in some ways so sad as we will miss seeing so many friends from around the world. But the good news is it opens up Bird Fair to a vast global audience and we don't have to miss a thing as all the events are availible for the next three months! This is brilliant, if like us, you just don't have the time to get to see all the amazing talks that take place. Now you can relax and slowly work your way through the list of wonderful lectures as and when you want. Of course we would love you to watch our talks, three in all, two by Ruth and by Alan. Please check out the links below and we hope you enjoy them. Scroll down for lots of fun memories from Bird Fairs past.

Here is Alan's talk on "It's Always Been Birds" a personal history of birdwatching...

https://virtual.birdfair.org.uk/index.php/friday-its-always-been-birds-a-life-long-obsession-with-birds-and-birdwatching-by-alan-davies/

Here us Ruth's talk on "Loving Llandudno in Lockdow" a tour of our local patch the Great Orme...

https://virtual.birdfair.org.uk/index.php/tuesday-loving-llandudno-in-lockdown-the-special-birdlife-of-the-great-orme-north-wales/

Here is Ruth's talk on Birding in Colombia "Women Birders Flock to Colombia" recounting here recent visit..

https://virtual.birdfair.org.uk/index.php/wednesday-women-birders-flock-to-colombia/

Hope you enjoy these varied presentations and please feel free to feed back your comments we love to hear from you! And of course if you would like to join us on our Birdwatching Trips just drop a line here...

info@birdwatchingtrips.co.uk

Please enjoy some great memories from wonderful Bird Fairs past....

Bill Oddie with Alan

Bex bins 2

Bex at meal

Alan signs Behind TB

Bio stand 1

Crowd scene 1

Grant Arms team

Girl power 1

Lobster moth cat

Mark signs BTB

Jacqui Kevin and Tim BF 2015

Bird Fair 2016 Leica 1

Bird Fair 2016 Leica 2

Bird Fair 2016 Leica 3 art

Bird Fair Eva photo 1

Bird Fair 2017 breakfast

Leica stand BF 2015

CI stand Ashley Groves

Keith with hang over

Bird Fair 2016 Leica Ruth Sergio

Bird Fair 2017 bubbles

Bird Fair 2017 Mark Simon Nikki

Bird Fair 2017 Chris Carla bins

Bird Fair 2017 Costa Ricans 1

Bird Fair 2017 Costa Ricans night out

Bird Fair 2017 Cristina Iain

Bird Fair 2017 ice ice

Bird Fair 2017 ice creams

Bird Fair 2017 Leica stand 1

Bird Fair 2017 Leica stand 2

Bird Fair 2017 record breakers

Bird Fair 2017 Sarah Jane Alexia



Bird Fair 2017 stand set up

Bird Fair 2017 Simon Shaun























Hope you enjoyed the trip down Bird Fair memory lane! See you there in 2021!





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