398-Dutch Birding Leiden Naturalis Symposium

Luc Hogenstein

Op deze eerste verdieping (foyer) vindt u eveneens de vogelaarsbeurs ingericht met boeken, optische apparatuur, collega-vogelorganisaties en vogelreizen.

Achter de foyer (vogelaarsbeurs) vindt u het auditorium waar de lezingen worden gegeven; foyer en auditorium zijn van elkaar gescheiden door glazen deuren. Het auditorium wordt aan de bovenzijde omgeven door een bovenring waar je door middel van trappen kunt komen. Op deze bovenring bevinden zich twee uitgiftepunten van koffie, thee, fris en broodjes/wraps, alsmede diverse statafels om bij te kletsen. Bij de uitgiftepunten kan alleen met pin/contactloos worden betaald (dus niet contant). Vanwege het feit dat het auditorium aan de bovenzijde open is, ontmoedigt Dutch Birding bijkletsen tijdens de lezingen; wel kunnen hiervandaan de lezingen worden gevolgd.

Programma Dutch Birding Vogeldag van 4 februari 2023

09:30 uur - Zaal open

10:00 uur - Welkomstwoord door dagvoorzitter

10:05 - Ontwikkelingen binnen Dutch Birding door bestuur

10:20 - Vogelen in het populaire Oman door @birding.omannen

11:15 - Pauze

11:45 - Drie maal is scheepsrecht door Peter de Knijf

12:30 - Pauze

13:30 - The Art of Finding Rarities door Arjan Dwarshuis

14:30 - Pauze

15:15 - DB Terugblik Live door Wim Wiegant

Het jaaroverzicht van de zeldzaamheden op de DB vogeldag werd van 1991 tot 2008 door Wim Wiegant gepresenteerd. Omdat Wim tegenwoordig de maandoverzichten voor de DB Terugblik maakt, lag het voor de hand om hem te vragen om ook het jaaroverzicht te presenteren. Hij zou best wel wat van de belangrijke gevallen kunnen weten! We gaan kijken of hij nog kan wat vroeger wel lukte: leuke plaatjes, leuke praatjes, enig sarcasme en enige flauwekul. Het jaaroverzicht zal natuurlijk gekruid zijn met interessante informatie over de statistieken, de vogels én hun waarnemers...! Met vier nieuwe soorten voor de Nederlandse lijst en een hoop goeie soorten valt er natuurlijk heel wat te bespreken...!

16:15 - Afronding door dagvoorzitter

16:30 uur - Sluiting

Kabinet Dutch Birding , Naturalis, Leiden, 2 februari 2020 (Marten Miske)

Biofuelwatch report titled: Carbon Capture From Biomass And Waste Incineration: Hype Versus Reality

everyone for joining our webinar on the 30th Jan, we have now uploaded this to our YouTube channel which is linked below. Pease feel free to share this widely:


In addition to this please find some further useful links below:

Biofuelwatch report titled: Carbon Capture From Biomass And Waste Incineration: Hype Versus Reality

Corporate Europe Observatory report on hydrogen: https://corporateeurope.org/en/hydrogen-hype

Joint statement of the Real Zero Europe campaign: https://www.realsolutions-not-netzero.org/real-zero-europe

Find out more about the Save Rosebank Campaign: https://www.stopcambo.org.uk/updates

Answers to questions we did not get through are here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QI5BYLEqtrHJ3ogrpKMHG7vWM1A_UTTQ/view?usp=sharing

If you would like to keep update on these issues and learn about future webinars please sign up to our mailing list if you have not done so already: https://www.biofuelwatch.org.uk/get-updates/

Thank you once again for your participation and interest. We hope to stay connected and see you again very soon!

  • Strasbourg, 25th January: the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (the body that created the European Court of Human Rights) voted overwhelmingly to adopt a resolution calling on all its 46 member states to recognise a crime of ecocide nationally and internationally, based on a recently issued report from its Committee on Social Affairs, Health and Sustainable Development on the Environmental impact of armed conflicts. The Assembly also issued a similar recommendation to its Committee of (Foreign) Ministers.

    Stop Ecocide Foundation was present at Davos 2023, co-hosting an event with the Republic of Vanuatu, for key investors, influencers and changemakers, in association with high level systems change consultants Systemiq.

    The panel event, held alongside the World Economic Forum meetings, aimed to inform some of the most influential people on the planet of the inevitable approach of ecocide law... both as a necessary preventive framework to protect the future of the living world and to guide business and financial decision-making in positive ways.

    Dr. Christopher Bartlett, Climate Diplomacy Manager, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Vanuatu
    Jeremy Oppenheim, Co-Founder and Partner, Systemiq
    Jojo Mehta, Chair, Stop Ecocide Foundation

    The ocean, home to myriad species and countless interdependent ecosystems, is the Earth’s greatest source of oxygen, most important regulator of weather and climate, and provides food and livelihoods for hundreds of millions of people. We have not been protecting her well, and it's time to rebalance that relationship.

    This year we are launching the new Ocean for Ecocide Law network. Join us, along with organizations, businesses and communities that live and work with the ocean, in calling on governments to recognise ecocide as an essential legal protection for ocean wildlife and marine ecosystems.

    166 weergaven 25 jan 2023
    What is missing to stimulate the collective change required to protect our future on this beautiful planet?

    This lunchtime panel event held alongside the World Economic Forum meetings on 19th January 2023 explains how legal recognition of “ecocide” (severe and either widespread or long-term harm to nature) at the international level can create an outer-boundary guardrail, to safeguard the living world by deterring and preventing the worst harms, while leveling the playing field, stimulating innovation and stabilizing financial, operational and reputational risk.

    Held in the beautiful Lan Space, upstairs at the Rätia Centre on the Promenade in Davos, Switzerland.


    Jojo Mehta, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Stop Ecocide International
    Dr Christopher Bartlett, Climate Diplomacy Manager, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Vanuatu
    Jeremy Oppenheim, Co-Founder, SYSTEMIQ

  • The farming community and landworkers are on the front line in the effort to conserve the natural world and see at first hand the damage being done. A growing number of farmers, foresters, growers and land-based workers are taking it upon themselves to be part of the solution, adopting regenerative methods that work with nature rather than against it.

    This webinar will examine how a new international crime of ecocide can strengthen existing environmental laws and safeguards, help create a level playing field for our food producers and preserve the soil and land for future generations.

    Jojo Mehta, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Stop Ecocide International
    Ben Taylor-Davies, Bioagricologist, farmer, consultant, Nuffield Scholar and Director Oxford Farming Conference
    Rob Percival, Head of Food Policy, The Soil Association, writer, campaigner and food policy expert
    Paul Jackson, Organic Farmer, Slad Farm, Stroud

    Sue Pritchard, Chief Executive, Food, Farming and Countryside Commission
    Thursday 9th Feb
    18:00 - 19:30GMT
    We are delighted to be co-hosting this online event with the UK’s Soil Association and the Food Farming and Countryside Commission. A UK-based event with international relevance to launch our Farming & Agriculture network.

    Download poster (left) & share with your network.

  • Earthworm Courses & Events - Spring 2023
    Join Keiron Brown (National Recorder for Earthworms) this spring to learn more about earthworms - online, in the classroom and in the field.

    Introduction to Earthworms webinar

    Earthworms For Farmers webinar

    Earthworm Biology & Ecology training course (Lancashire)

    Earthworm Sampling Days (London, North Yorkshire and Wiltshire)

    Worms of the World virtual event (featuring 4 guest earthworm scientists from around the world)

  • What is entoLIVE?

    entoLIVE is a webinar series looking to break down the barriers between the scientific community and the wider public. Each webinar gives a real invertebrate scientist an opportunity to tell us all about their research and projects so that we can better understand invertebrate behaviour, ecology and conservation.

    Read more about entoLIVE and sign up to the entoLIVE mailing list: https://biologicalrecording.co.uk/entolive/

    Make a donation towards the costs of entoLIVE: https://gofund.me/d6ad9167

    Check out the entoLIVE programme on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/entolive-74679

  • Following the Wriggling Into Recording: 10 Years of the National Earthworm Recording Scheme entoLIVE webinar last Thursday, I've now written up a blog that includes a recording of the presentation, a transcript of the live Q&A (including some questions that we didn't have time for) and a plethora of further information links. You can find the blog article on the Biological recording Company website (linked below).


    If you'd like to keep in the know about earthworm recording and training opportunities, I strongly recommend signing up to the National EarthwormRecording Scheme Bulletin. It's free and open to anyone with an interest, just sign up via the Earthworm Society of Britain website: https://www.earthwormsoc.org.uk/ners

    Upcoming events with the Biological Recording Company
    Our next entoLIVE webinar is exploring UK jellyfish identification and populations. With over 500 people already booked, it is going to be a jam-packed webinar... but there are still some spaces left so book asap if you'd like to attend (booking ends at 2 pm UK time today).
    We also have a fantastic entoLIVE later this week that will delve into how climate change may impact upland freshwater insects.
    If you'd like to explore the wonderful world of worms further, why not book our Worms of the World event? This virtual event will feature 4 earthworm scientists from around the world talking about their fascinating finds - be prepared to be amazed. I don't mind admitting that part of the reason that I arranged this event was so that I could experience it! As you booked on my earthworm entoLIVE, I'll even throw in a £5 discount on the £20 tickets just for you guys - just enter the code ENTOWORM in the promo code box when purchasing your ticket.
    And for those of you that would like to take the next step in learning about identifying and recording British earthworms, check out the Worms collection as there are even more opportunities:
    Earthworm sampling Days in Wiltshire, North Yorkshire and London
    Earthworm Biology & Ecology training course in Lancashire
    Free entoLEARN webinars on earthworms: Introduction to Earthworms and Earthworms For Farmers
    entoLIVE is part-sponsored by the Royal Entomological Society and the British Entomological & Natural History Society. If you would like to help to contribute towards this webinar series, you can do so by donating to the entoLIVE GoFundMe campaign: https://gofund.me/a699e0df

  • webinar "1000 soorten fotograferen…in je tuin!’".
    Klik hier om je ebook “ips voor vogelfotografie” te downloaden
    Heel veel lees en leerplezier toegewenst!

  • entoLIVE webinar tomorrow:

    No Brain, No Problem? 20 Years of the National Jellyfish Survey
    Amy Pilsbury
    06 Feb 2023 19:00 – 20:00

    I look forward to welcoming you to this virtual event. The event will be delivered through Zoom, with the access details below.

    If you booked this for somebody else, you will need to forward this email to the person attending so that they receive the joining instructions.
    Please note that you only need to book one space per device, even if several of you are planning to watch on the same device.
    We have limited spaces on this webinar, so please do not share this email with anyone not booked on the webinar.

    The talk will be recorded so you’ll be able to catch up on YouTube. Subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified when the recording is uploaded: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbeFlKCmJl3h05j4dc9bu1Q

    Accessing the entoLIVE webinar

  • Wriggling Into Recording: 10 Years of the National Earthworm Recording Scheme
    Wriggling Into Recording: 10 Years of the National Earthworm Recording Scheme
    Keiron Derek Brown
    02 Feb 2023 13:00 – 14:00

    Earthworms are widely-regarded as ecologically important and recognised as ecosystem engineers (i.e. responsible for creating the habitats in which they live). However, they remain hugely under-studied and we have little species-specific information on the 31 species that inhabit the British Isles. The National Earthworm Recording Scheme aims to address this knowledge gap. This free webinar will explore how earthworm researchers are using the 20,000+ earthworm records generated over the last 10 years to improve our understanding of the ecology, behaviour, populations, distributions and habitat associations of different species of earthworm, as well as a current project to assess the provisional conservation status of all British earthworm species.

    Check out the live Q&A and further info links for this talk here:

    Check out FREE upcoming entoLIVE webinars: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/cc/entol...

    entoLIVE is delivered by the Biological Recording Company and sponsored by the British Entomological & Natural History Society and the Royal Entomological Society.

  • Find out more about BENHS: www.benhs.org.uk
    Find out more about RES: http://www.royentsoc.org/
    Upcoming entoLIVE webinars: https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/entolive-webinars-74679
    Report your jellyfish sighting: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/citizen-science/sightings/jellyfish-sightings/
    Jellyfish ID guide: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/citizen-science/sightings/how-to-identify-jellyfish/
    How do hydrozoans stick together?
    Come to NI to see the lion’s mane luckily we are wrapped up so much to keep warm we are pretty safe from sting
    Other ways to get involved at Marine Conservation Society: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/
    But most importantly... Report your jellyfish sighting: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/citizen-science/sightings/jellyfish-sightings/
    Jan. I'm not sure if this answers your question. but biodiversity data is shared internationally in a centralised manner via the Global Biodiversity Information Facility: https://www.gbif.org/
    Cnidaria in UK coastal waters paper: http://www.seaturtle.org/PDF/PikesleySK_2014_JMBA.pdf
    Annual turtle reports: https://strandings.com/annual-reports/
    Report your marine turtle sighting: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/citizen-science/sightings/turtle/
    Recent turtle rescue: https://tinyurl.com/brturtle202301
    What's been spotted so far: https://www.mcsuk.org/what-you-can-do/citizen-science/sightings/dive-into-the-data/


    Bat Behaviour: North American Bats and White-Nose Syndrome from CPAWS Manitoba on Vimeo.

    Learn about the devastating disease threatening Manitoba's bats and how you can help in this CPAWS webinar with Dr. Craig Willis.

    In 2006, a microscopic fungus arrived in North America causing white-nose syndrome, a devastating fungal disease in bats, and one of the most drastic declines ever observed in an animal group.

    Since then, white-nose syndrome has killed tens of millions of bats. Mortality rates reached 100 per cent in some caves. And three species are now listed as endangered in Canada, including the little brown bat, previously the most abundant and widespread bat species in North America.

    Join us for a CPAWS Manitoba webinar with Dr. Craig Willis, Professor of Biology at the University of Winnipeg, whose bat lab has been studying white-nose syndrome for more than 15 years. He discusses the dangers of white-nose syndrome to Manitoba’s bats, the research being done to identify, protect, and improve critical bat habitats, and how you can get involved in monitoring bat populations in Manitoba.

    About the speaker

    Dr. Craig Willis is a Professor of Biology at the University of Winnipeg who has been studying the behaviour, ecology, and physiology of bats for over 20 years. His research on bats and white-nose syndrome has been covered by a range of national and international media including CBC's 'The Current' and 'Quirks and Quarks', CTV National News, the Guardian (UK), and the Los Angeles Times.

  • Publicado el febrero 6, 2023 06:04 TARDE por ahospers ahospers


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