Date: Tuesday, 26 January 2021
Location: Online (Zoom)
Bird ringing studies have been ongoing for decades at Falsterbo Bird Observatory. As the southernmost peninsula in Sweden, Falsterbo is one of the most well-known migration hotspots in Europe. The site attracts both birds and birders in significant numbers, especially over the late summer and autumn months.
For the past few years, BirdLife Malta bird ringer Timmy Micallef has been seasonally working at the observatory. During our next event organised by our Events & Activities Committee, he shall be speaking about the Swedish organisation’s research work and his experiences while based there as a licensed ringer.
He will also be hosting a Q+A session after the presentation, should you wish to know more about his work.
How to participate
This will be an online event and it will be open to all, but requires prior registration. Interested participants/members can apply by sending an email to register on [email protected] by not later than the 23rd January 2021, forwarding their full name, membership number (if applicable), and contact email address.
This event will be held on ZOOM and those participating should ensure they have the relevant ZOOM Video Conferencing app installed on their devices. An invitation to join the session will be forwarded two days before the event. Please note that the meeting will be recorded.