Bird Fair tomorrow, and tomorrow’s tomorrow and tomorrow’s tomorrow’s tomorrow

I’m really looking forward to the Bird Fair – I always do.

This year looks as though it will be busier than ever for me as I am giving a talk and doing lots of book signings at various stands across the three days.

But I know that the time will also be spent chatting to friends and colleagues that I haven’t seen since the last Bird Fair and making new friends too.

Will you be there too? Spending your money on foreign holidays, new optics, camera equipment and the like?

Maybe I’ll see you in Lecture Marquee 1 at 2pm on Friday where I’ll be giving a 20 minute talk, or you could catch up with me at the following stands and ask me to sign your copy of Fighting for Birds:

Book signings:

Friday

Marquee 3, Subbuteo, 11-12

Marquee 4, RSPB, 12-1

Marquee 2, NHBS, 1-2

Marquee 3, Wildsounds, 3-4

 

Saturday:

Marquee 3, Subbuteo, 11-12

Marquee 2, NHBS, 2-3

Marquee 3, Wildsounds, 3-4

 

Sunday:

Marquee 3, Subbuteo, 11-12

Marquee 3, Wildsounds, 12-1

Marquee 2, NHBS, 1-2

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7 Replies to “Bird Fair tomorrow, and tomorrow’s tomorrow and tomorrow’s tomorrow’s tomorrow”

  1. Too far south! Went to the Scottish one which will grow. A friend wanted a stand at Rutland one and was shocked to hear that 300 other folk wanted a stand as well. This means a lot of money wasted by the organizers. May be they should all go to sign up for the Scottish one as my friend has done or reserect the North East one which was held at Druridge Country Park until some one set fire to the marques after the insurance had run out!

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    1. John - I know that the Bird Fair has grown enormously over the years and that space is certainly at a premium. Few organisations and businesses stop coming and more want to come - there's bound to be a limit on space. Perhaps Hyde Park would be an alternative venue?

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  2. I just know you will have a most enjoyable time,hope the book signings go well.
    First few pages just show what difficulties your parents must have had paying for your education and if anyone made best use of that education it must be yourself.If only all at uni worked so hard.I always wonder why they don't.
    Think everyone should make the most of talents and opportunities however small or large,then surely they can always say I did the best I could.Of course we only need perhaps 5% or10% of people with degrees,nothing like the 75% this country has come to believe is necessary,nearly all the successful emerging nations have a nice balance of people with degrees and without that provide the perfect work force.

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