The Committee would like to welcome members to the West Midlands Annual Members' Meeting, with an update on the Section and speakers presenting on the avifauna of traditional orchards and innovations in bat licensing using bat trapping and radio tracking methods.
The Committee would like to welcome members to the refurbished AECOM offices for the Annual Members' Meeting, with drinks on arrival in ‘The Hive’ from 18:00 and chance to take part in some nibbles and networking with fellow members in 'The Hub'.
The AMM will take place in the conference space from 18:30, with an update on the committee and section activities, update from the Secretariat and opportunity for questions and discussions.
Presentations will follow from Simon Barker, National Trust Wildlife Adviser for the West Midlands on 'The Avifauna of Traditional Orchards - What Makes Orchards Great for Birds', from AECOM on 'Bat Trapping and Radio Tracking and Innovations in Bat Licensing' and from Graham Worton, Keeper of Geology at Dudley Council on the forthcoming Black Country GeoPark.
Please note: Attendees must sign in on arrival with security and the AECOM offices on the 11th floor and it is advised to arrive in plenty of time to get everyone signed in before arriving at ‘The Hive’ area for welcome drinks.
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Buffet will be provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements when you are completing the booking form.
This event is open to CIEEM members only.
Advance booking is required for all tickets, as numbers are limited. The ticket price is £5 for Members and is free of charge for Student Members.
Student Members: please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place free of charge.