The one where we discuss twitching scoters (with a ‘live’ report by correspondent ‘Tim Conney’ from a headland in Scotland), signing epetitions, the Spoon-billed Sandpiper captive breeding programme, and have an interview with the BTO’s Paul Stancliffe who is talking about the organisation’s Nightingale Appeal. Not bad for thirty minutes, eh…
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And your Panel today consists of…
- Me, Charlie Moores, a freelance writer and podcaster (and now sadly intermittent birder) who either lives in a warm little cottage in north Wiltshire with his family or in a cold ‘podding shed’ editing an endless series of podcasts.
- John Hague, a birding psychiatric nurse from Barnsley who now lives in Leicester where he’s a prominent member of the Leicester and Rutland Ornithological Society. John blogs extensively at The Drunkbirder where he rants “about the world and the absurdities of life“.
- Tristan Reid, aka ‘binocularface’, a well-known member of the Brit birding and twitching scene (to quote from Tristan’s binocularface blog “Some may call me obsessive; but I love to see rare and scarce birds and will travel anywhere within the UK and Ireland to see them!”) who lives in Cumbria.
Above from left to right: Maps from the 1968-72, 1988-91 and 2007-11 Breeding Atlases.
Image © BTO Nightingale Appeal
- BTO Nightingale Appeal: http://www.bto.org/support-us/current-appeals/nightingale-appeal
- Leafminer Moth survey Saturday 25th June: http://leafminer.wordpress.com/
- Podcast on Spoon-billed Sandpiper with WWT’s Dr Debbie Pain: http://www.talking-naturally.co.uk/tn44-dr-debbie-pain-spoon-billed-sandpiper-conservation-breeding-programme/
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