2009 Barn Owl Symposium

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The BOCN ‘Coming of Age’ 2009 Symposium
Saturday 4th April
 
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 Barn Owl

As the Barn Owl Conservation Network is 21 years old, this year’s conference celebrates its coming of age. In addition to retrospective talks, a wide range of presentations examine the conservation of the Barn Owl in the UK and Ireland.

A gathering of BOCN Advisors, Barn Owl conservationists, and researchers – this is an excellent opportunity for you to meet others on the Network, engage in open discussion and enjoy a variety of presentations.

The £20.00 fee includes break refreshments and organic lunch: Carrot, honey and ginger soup served with bread rolls. Dessert: Chocolate cake served with crème chantilly.

 Barn Owl

Location

The symposium is hosted at Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre, Sheepdrove Organic Farm, Lambourn, Berkshire. 

Directions

SATNAV users need to input ‘Sheepdrove Road, Lambourn’ as a reference not the postcode. Follow the signs all the way up Sheepdrove Road and onward to the conference centre.
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Produce pre-orders

The Conference Centre shop will be open on the day. Award-winning organic meat can be ordered in advance and collected on the Saturday at 4pm. Sheepdrove will need all orders by 12 noon on the Wednesday before (01/04/09). Call Mary on: 01488 674747 to place your order. View Sheepdrove’s produce at www.sheepdroveshop.com 

Sponsors

The Barn Owl Conservation Network, and this event, is kindly funded by The Sheepdrove Trust.

Bookings 0845 051 0344
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