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National Moth Recorders’ Meeting

A meeting on moths, open to anyone interested in moth recording and conservation across the UK
When Jan 28, 2012
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Birmingham and Midland Institute, Central Birmingham
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01929 406006
Attendees All welcome. Registration fee
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The date for the second National Moth Recorders’ Meeting is January 28th 2012 at the Birmingham and Midland Institute in central Birmingham. It will feature a variety of enjoyable and informative talks from amateur moth recorders and conservationists including the progress of the National Moth Recording Scheme.

The programme for the day has been drawn up and features both amateur moth recorders and academic researchers.

Professor Gareth Jones from the ‘Batlab’ at Bristol University will speak about how bats and moths try to out-wit one another in their predator/prey relationship.

The draft programme for the day is available on the Moths Count website (

This year there is a £5 (per person) registration fee for attendees. This includes morning and afternoon tea/coffee and a buffet lunch all subsidised from Butterfly Conservation budgets.

Advanced booking is essential: to book your place please contact or telephone 01929 400209.

Organised by: Butterfly Conservation 

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