Sightings and Photos

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Forthcoming Events


RSPB Oxford Local Group’s December Meeting
A Winter Warmer
Join us for an evening of members’ illustrated talks, photos, a raffle and the last ever ‘Give Nature a Clue’ quiz. During the interval there will be FREE seasonal nibbles and drinks.
In the run up to Christmas, this is a chance to interact with local group members – looking at photos, listening to short talks and taking part in a nature-themed quiz. In keeping with the season there will be nibbles and a warming (non-alcoholic) drink.
Venue: Sandhills School, Terrett Avenue, Oxford, OX3 8FN (just off the A40, opposite Thornhill Park and Ride).
Time & date: Thursday, 7 December 2017 at 7.45pm.
All welcome; entrance £3 (£2 for full time students), free to local group members and children.
More information on the local group website: www.rspb.org.uk/groups/oxford







Oxford Ornithological Society

Forthcoming Indoor Meeting

Wednesday 13th December 2017, 7.45pm

Exeter Hall, Kidlington OX5 1AB

Looking for the Goshawk – The Lost Raptor
By: Conor Jameson

In this talk Conor describes the events that led to him researching and writing his 2013 book Looking for the Goshawk, and what else he discovered along the way, on the trail of the 'phantom of the forest'. The search takes him to some of our wildest places, but also to the heart of some of our most urban. This mysterious raptor may not be what you thought.