Web Admin note: Apologies for the delay in uploading the regular newsletter; human error due to the Special Edition newsletter also being in circulation for March. Dear Member AGM The first new date to announce is that of the Club’s AGM, which will be held at 7.30 p.m. on Thursday 26th April in the Fire and Rescue Training Centre in Bowburn. This year’s AGM is particularly important for the Club in that the committee will be proposing the actions which need to be taken to con
The committee are making all the AGM documentation available to the whole membership (as required by the Constitution) at least 21 days before the 2018 AGM (26th April 2018). Please download the documents below to peruse at your own leisure. 2017 AGM Minutes Secretary's Report 2017 Treasurer's Report 2017 AGM Notification, Agenda, and Nomination Form Proposed New Constitution Thank you DBC
The club received the following email from Dan Turner (Coordinator, Northeast England Beached Bird Surveys Group): "Following the recent easterly winds off northeast England it has come to my attention that there are several beached bird corpses, including fulmars. I wish to store as many of the fulmar corpses as possible please. Therefore thought you may be able to prompt your members to collect any found – for the international northern fulmar project. If your members conta
"Rewilding - the restoration of nature to an uncultivated state; far-flung theory or practical reality? Join us at the spectacular Hardwick Hall Hotel for the first in a series of events focused on rewilding our natural environment. In this introductory session, we’ll explain an overview of the rewards of rewilding, as well as explore the legal, scientific and practical underpinnings of the practice with leading industry experts, including: Professor Ian Convery from the Univ
"This is the first of what is intended to be an occasional series of electronic newsletters to be circulated, perhaps twice a year, to BTO members and to other participants in BTO Projects (including BirdTrack and Garden BirdWatch) living in the BTO Durham Region..." Please download the PDF to read in full.