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An excellent and thought-provoking 2022 Annual Conference – this BTO Cymru blog post shows what you missed if you weren’t there!

The 2022 Annual Conference was held at Aberystwyth University on Saturday 5th November. It was an excellent and thought-provoking day and it was a delight to resume face-to-face gatherings after three years’ pandemic losses, and to catch up with old friends and make new ones.  Here’s a link to the BTO Cymru blog post which reports on the highlights. There’ll be a summary of two of the key contributions in the Winter 2022 e-newsletter.

The 2022 conference was on the theme of “After Dark” and included:

  • Manxies: world globetrotter – Oliver Padget
  • Research into reducing the risk of collisions at offshore wind farms – Sean Sweeney
  • Storm Petrels after dark – Rob Thomas
  • Owls and conservation in the community – Dan Rouse
  • Nocturnal wader ringing – Tony Cross
  • Nocturnal migration (Nocmig) – Simon Gillings
  • Latest news from BTO and RSPB Cymru – Kelvin Jones and Neil Lambert
  • Iolo Williams  gave his annual round-up
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