|Photo Bristol Zoo|
The morning kicked off with Edward Mayer on Engaging Local Councils and Stephen Fitt on Developments in the Southwest.
Following lunch, we had Edward Jackson on Suffolk Swifts - our first 2 years, Dick Newell & Tim Collins on Nest Box Design and Jan Stannard on Building local interest through social media.
Finally we had 3 short talks: Peta Sams - News of Caring for God’s Acre’s New Project, Chris Mason - Oxford’s Swift City Project and Steph Morren – The RSPB Swift Survey and an update on the Swift Cities Project.
Notes and presentations have been assembled here: http://tinyurl.com/SLNnotes191116.
If you want to get in touch directly with any of the speakers, contact details are on the agenda.
|Jane & Mark Glanville. Photo Jon Perry|
Peta Sams did a great job pulling this all together and we are very grateful to Bristol Zoo trustees for allowing us to use the Education Centre and its great facilities and we thank Jane and Mark Glanville and zoo staff for ensuring the day ran smoothly.
Some people are already talking about a 2017 meeting so if you have any thoughts do share them with the rest of SLN.