Cricket, tennis, football - hawk-eye is there to decide those dodgy calls - and this Thursday, 15 April, we can maybe get to understand what it is about those original hawk eyes that makes them so super-efficient.
At 7:30pm, the last of our 2020-21 programme of online meetings, is a talk from Tom Morath, who has been involved with birds of prey since he was 12 years old and is now at the Hawk Conservancy Trust.
This will be both a great way to hear about the work of the Trust and the ideal prelude to our visit there that is in our excursion programme for June.
Members should by now have had an email from Dick Budden with the link for this Zoom talk but if not, and if you are not a member but would like to attend, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The pages now display photos of moths taken by Andrew Graham. This one's the Puss Moth, looks very soft and cuddly.
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