SOS Virtual Talks
This year’s SOS Conference took place via Zoom on the weekend of 30th/31st January. If you missed it, it’s not too late – all four talks are available on our YouTube channel here.
We’re also pleased to offer further illustrated online talks.
- Comprise a 30 – 40 minute talk from the guest speaker, followed by a question and answer session.
- Be free to attend by all, including both SOS members and non-members.
- Be hosted on Zoom and bookings managed through Eventbrite, with joining instructions sent to those that have booked prior to the event.
The events will normally be on Wednesdays at 7pm, starting on 10th February. Click here to learn more about the talks and then register by clicking on the talks individually. More may be added so keep an eye on that Eventbrite link. If there are topics, whether for beginners or more advanced birdwatchers, on which you would like us to offer talks, or if you are willing to give a talk, do please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to contact us about anything else to do with these talks, please use the same email address.
Please note that after booking on to the event:
- You will need to download the Zoom software before we start. This is free and you can do so here: https://zoom.us/
- You can sign into the Zoom test meeting any time before to test if everything is working for you here: https://zoom.us/test
And if you can’t wait, catch up now on the talk on Sussex’s Hawfinches and Goshawks, given by Mark Mallalieu to the London Natural History Society last November. Click here.