Saturday 18th March 2023
- Anthony McCluskey
Join us for our first in-person Scottish Recorders' Gathering since 2019!
Location: AK Bell Library, Perth
Date & time: Saturday 18th March 2023, 10am - 4.40pm.
Booking: This event will be held in-person and streamed live over Zoom. There is a £15 cost to attend the in-person event, and the cost includes a hot lunch. Please visit here to book your space at the in-person event. If you would like to watch the event live over Zoom, please visit here to register for the online event (please only register for the Zoom event if you are not attending in person, as registrations to the Zoom event are limited to 100).
Programme: Click the link below to view the programme for this event.
This event will be a chance to hear about our work in Scotland and opportunities for you to get involved. Our keynote speaker will be Dr Phil Sterling, Butterfly Conservation staff member and co-author of The Field Guide to Micro-moths and Field Guide to the Caterpillars of GB and Ireland.
We'll also hear from East Scotland branch volunteer Katty Baird on her 'Meetings with moths', and BC's Senior Surveys Officer Zoe Randle on the publication of two major reports on the state of our butterfly and moth populations. Other talks will include the creation of Wild Spaces, Kentish Glory and Northern Brown Argus research, our new Species on the Edge project, and volunteer opportunities.
At lunchtime we hope to have some live moths from moth traps, and a demonstration of moth trapping methods. The £15 cost of booking will include a hot lunch, tea and coffee on arrival and in the afternoon.
Click here to book your place at the in-person event. We advise early booking to avoid disappointment, as this venue is slightly smaller than our previous one.
If you can't attend in person you are welcome to join us online for a live stream of the event - click here to register for the online event. Numbers of attendees for the stream of the event are limited to 100, so please only register there if you are not attending in person.
Parking and transport: more detailed information on transport and parking will be sent before the event. More information about parking in Perth can be found here, with options such as the South Inch Car Park being 10 minutes walk from the venue and costing about £5.30 for the day. Perth train station is also about a 10-minute walk away.
This event is being kindly supported by funding from NatureScot and by the three Butterfly Conservation Branches in Scotland.