|Inside the main marquee at the Norfolk Bird Fair|
Before Bill Oddie arrives for his talk, there was plenty of time for us to look around. The BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) were doing bird ringing demonstrations with a chiffchaff, a few bird of prey groups had their owls and other birds on display and the Butterfly Conservation were showing their moths from their latest moth trap session to the public. I listened to two other talks, one about wildflowers of Norfolk and the other about the BTO's tracking of cuckoo migrations, both were really interesting.
|Bird ringing demonstration|
|Cockchafers from the moth trap|
|Peruvian Striped Owl|
|How to ring a puffin|