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LDBWS meetings autumn winter 2020/21

Posted by Dan Haywood 
LDBWS meetings autumn winter 2020/21
July 26, 2020 08:59PM
Dear member or visitor

The society committee had an online meeting recently and it was agreed that our indoor members meetings would be impractical and risky in the coming autumn-winter season.

We've cancelled all of the standard indoor events but I'm beginning to put together an alternative programme, with a mix of online meetings (where we can enjoy speakers and their presentations live from the comfort of our laptops) and outdoor activities like short guided birding walks.

If you'd like to help out, for example if you'd like to suggest an outdoor activity or meet-up spot that you'd really like please e-mail the committee members via ldbws.info@gmail.com or leave a comment below.

Between us, I'm sure we can have an edifying, fun, and relatively safe autumn / winter and hopefully we'll be back to business as usual in September 2021.

In the meantime please keep sending your sightings here (we'll have a new improved site soon but the url won't change) keep birding and members keep an eye on your inbox for news.
Given that many of you pick up your annual reports by hand at the autumn indoor meetings, we aim to get the 2019 edition to you this autumn via any outdoor events, collection spots like Leighton and by post.

Thanks.
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