North Bucks RSPB get a feather in their cap - a date with Urban Birder David Lindo

David Lindo is The Urban Birder - broadcaster, writer, speaker and tour leader. His mission is to engage city folk around the world with the plentiful urban nature that surrounds them.

And bird fans are in for a treat this month - Paul is visiting the RSPB North Bucks Group next Thursday (November 9).

He has written countless articles on urban birds, urban conservation and wildlife in general for many websites, publications and magazines and has written the forwards for several books.

He is a regular television and radio presenter and has been featured on the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 in the UK as well as other TV channels around the world including CBS in the United States.

Paul is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers and a member of the British Travel Writers Guild and the Founder of the Vote National Bird Campaign in 2015 that resulted in over 226,000 votes, Tower 42 Bird Study Group and is on the committee of The Friends Of Wormwood Scrubs.

As a writer, he has released The Urban Birder and Tales From Concrete Jungles in 2015.

He is a proud Ambassador for Leica Birding and the London Wildlife Trust and a Patron of the Alderney Wildlife Trust and Birding For All – charity dedicated to facilitating access to nature reserves for disabled people.

David was recently named as the seventh most influential person in wildlife by BBC Wildlife Magazine.

It's safe to say this chap has it all going on!

The evening indoor meeting will be held at The Cruck Barn, City Discovery Centre, Bradwell Abbey.
Doors open at 7.15pm for a prompt start at 7.45pm. Free tea/coffee during the interval. Group members £3; visitors welcome £4; children £1.

He is sure to be a popular speaker again so get there early for a good seat.



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