The theme of the Wildlife Information Centre (TWIC) Spring Conference is “Home and Away” and the talks will be centred around wildlife movements and migrations, how we study and record them and the implications for conservation. https://www.nsevenue.com/rooms/. The event will provide an opportunity for recorders and local groups to promote their own recording initiatives or projects through displays or by taking part in the ‘open mike’ session. The open mike session is a series of speed talks, each around 5 minutes long, on a topic of the speaker’s choice. If either of these is of interest, please indicate this when booking. Tickets will be £12.50 (in person) or £7.50 (online).TWIC is running the conference as a hybrid event, so there is the option to attend virtually on Zoom if you prefer. As this is the first in-person conference that TWIC has run since the COVID pandemic began, they have given special consideration to the conference space. The venue chosen is very spacious with high ceilings. Photos of the Great Hall can be viewed here:
At the in-person event, teas/coffees will be provided, but not lunch. There are many places to buy lunch near the venue, including the venue’s own café.
To book conference tickets, please visit this Eventbrite page. The booking deadline for in-person attendance is Tuesday 17 May, due to catering requirements. So please book soon to avoid disappointment.