Programme 2024

Cardiff Naturalists’ Society have a new venue for their indoor meetings: 
Ararat Community Centre (next to the Ararat Baptist Church) in Whitchurch. The address: Plas Treoda, Cardiff CF14 1PT (see map below). 
All talks start 7.00 pm at this venue (the room is booked from 7 to 8.30 pm).. 
Also look out for member e-mails and social media for links to talks and further information.




Sunday 7 January 2024

New Year's Birdwatch: Llanishen & Lisvane Reservoirs

Monday 22 January

Winter Birding in the Sonoran Desert

Cindy Howells

Monday 26 February

Members' Evening.

Patrizia Donovan, Phill Blanning & Andy Kendall

Monday 25 March

A Riot of Colour.
A talk about some orchid sites in Wales, as well as in the UK generally, and also other parts of Europe and North America.

Erian Edwards

Monday 22 April

The impacts of climate change on iconic woodland birds of the Welsh uplands, such as Pied Flycatchers, Redstarts and Wood Warblers, illustrated by studies being carried out by Cardiff University at our Oak woodland reserve in the Bannau Brycheiniog / Brecon Beacons. The talk will examine how the populations of these species are changing, as well as the changes in breeding behaviour by which the birds can respond to variations in weather conditions and food availability. These studies provide insights into how woodland birds can best be conserved in a rapidly changing world.
Dr Rob Thomas
Senior Lecturer, Cardiff School of Biosciences

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