Devon and Cornwall: Breeding, feeding and survival of the African barn owl and branch AGM
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- Room 220, Baring Court, St Luke's Campus, Exeter University, Heavitree Road, Exeter EX1 2LU
- Devon and Cornwall branch
The branch AGM followed by a talk on breeding, feeding and survival strategies of the African barn owl
The branch Annual General Meeting will give members and non-members the chance to come together to talk to the committee and hear about updates in their activities and finances, and to plan for the year ahead. The agenda for the AGM will be available to download from this page shortly.
The AGM will be followed by a talk from Dr Trevor Wilson DSc FLS FRSB on 'Breeding, feeding and survival strategies of the African barn own (Tyto alba affinis) in Central Mali'.
After the lecture there will be tea, coffee and pastries and the opportunity to speak to our guest speaker.
Dr Trevor Wilson spent many years in Africa, visiting for the first time in 1961. He has published many articles on the livestock, agriculture and the environment in Ethiopia, Sudan and Tanzania and is a recognised expert on camel biology. He has also published on the indigenous domestic livestock of his adopted county, Devon.
Cost and booking
This event is free for RSB members to attend and £3 for non-members. Advance booking is essential.
For event enquiries, please contact Ian Varndell FRSB at firstname.lastname@example.org