Ipswich Meeting – speaker from The British Trust for Ornithology
We’ll be in Room 1 (next to the front door) at Castle Hill Community Centre, Highfield Road, Ipswich. If the front door is shut, press the buzzer to be admitted.
To offer or request a lift, email us.
The BTO aims to promote and encourage the wider understanding, appreciation and conservation of birds by:
Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, Suffolk became the first county in the UK to have its own garden bird Ambassador. On Saturday 26 January, Carl Powell said, “Iâ€™m delighted to take up this position, by raising the profile of the BTO/CJ Garden BirdWatch Survey in Suffolk I will also be helping to highlight the importance of Suffolkâ€™s gardens for birds. More people than ever are feeding the birds in their gardens and by taking part in this survey they are adding to the knowledge already gained. In the long run this can only benefit the birds. The more we know now the better position we will be in to protect them in the future.”