L.O.S. Presentation - Friday 16th October

In Search of the Spoon-billed Sandpiper 
Wildlife of the Russian Far East
By Stephen Culley
In his presentation Stephen talks about a two week trip he made to the Russian Far East in summer 2014. This is a photographic journey showing some of the amazing scenery and wildlife, including bears, sea otters, whales, dolphins, Pacific auk colonies, Siberian Rubythroats and the critically endangered Spoon-billed Sandpiper on its breeding grounds.

Come and join us, all are welcome.

Please note that the L.O.S. 
AGM takes place before the presentation begins but this should be no more than about thirty minutes.

4 comments:

David Shallcross said...

a stunning Bird and what a presentation to have at our AGM tonight

Martyn Jones said...

Excellent presentation, full of interesting facts, great photos and humour. Recommended to any birding or nature-related society.

David Shallcross said...

i agree Martyn, Stephens talk was very well received by the 53 members and friends of the society.

Martyn Jones said...

Posted by Paul Richardson on our Facebook group page:

First rate talk and pictures - plenty of humour, almost as many cetaceans as birds, and some very evocative scenery. So many pictures went though so fast it left me a bit breathless, but there were plenty of birds I'd never even heard of before! A really good evening.

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