London Recorders' Day 2019
- Location: Natural History Museum, London
- Tutor: N/A
- Date: Saturday 02 November 2019
- Times: 9.45 am - 4 pm
- Level: Open for Everyone
There is a long history of biological recoding in London, people taking the time to observe and enjoy the wildlife around them. Sharing this knowledge and enthusiasm together is a great way to celebrate our connections with each other and London’s nature.
The first ever London Recorders’ Day was a big success in November 2018, so we decided to bring it back bigger and better for 2019! The event is a collaborative effort from the FSC BioLinks project, Greenspace Information for Greater London and the Natural History Museum. This 1-day event will bring together wildlife recorders from across London to hear about some of the exciting projects and initiatives being undertaken by London’s recorders through a series of presentations, with a keynote address by Carim Nahaboo. In the afternoon, a range of activities will be available for attendees to choose from, including tours of the Natural History Museum and an iRecord demonstration and surgery.
Tickets will be released soon. There will be an early bird offer (available until 12pm on 2nd October 2019) at just £5 a ticket. Normal price: £7.50
The event is subsidised by the National Lottery Heritage Fund through the FSC BioLinks project enabling us to minimise the cost to attendees.
Complimentary tea/coffee and a vegetarian sandwich buffet lunch will be provided (please provide any dietary requirements when booking).
Registration and coffee from 9:45 am for a 10:15 am start. The event will conclude by 4 pm.
Cancellation policy: Please note all fees are non-refundable and non-transferable All fees will be retained to cover the cost of administering any cancelled bookings.
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