Applications have now closed for the 2019 event. The brilliant BTO bird camp is back for its 4th year. Sign up now. It's a unique opportunity for young birders and naturalists!

Event times: Friday 24th May - 16:00 to Sunday 26th - 16:00
Event host/presenter: Nick Moran and Faye Vogely
Availability:  Places available
Pricing: BTO Bird Camp 2019 costs just £25 per person. However, places are limited so if you want to join us, please email Nick.Moran@bto.org with your name, gender, date of birth and up to 500 words about why you’d like to be part of it.

Questions you may want to answer include:

•    How old were you when you first started birdwatching? 
•    Do you take part in any BTO surveys or schemes?
•    How often do you go birdwatching?
•    Are you a member of any wildlife or conservation-related organisations?
•    What aspect of the event most interests you?

The closing date for applications is Sunday 10 March. We will inform successful applicants by Friday 29 March.

Venue Website https://www.bto.org/about-bto/history

Additional information
If you will be aged 12–18 in May 2019 and are considering a career in conservation or ornithology, BTO Bird Camp is a great opportunity to develop your skills and meet like-minded people! The event aims to inspire young naturalists with amazing experiences and special insights into birds and conservation, through a weekend full of birding, ringing, nest-finding and friend-making.

Get a flavour of what the camp is all about by reading last year's report

Accommodation is in our own glamping village at The Nunnery in Thetford. During the weekend we'll explore the Nunnery Lakes reserve, where we'll experience ringing, nest-recording and other bird monitoring activities. We’ll also visit the nearby RSPB Lakenheath Fen reserve, home to Cranes, Bitterns, Marsh Harriers and much more besides. Nearby, we'll search for Breckland specialities including Stone-curlew, Woodlark and Nightjar. You’ll be accompanied throughout the weekend by an experienced team of BTO staff and volunteers – a combination birders, naturalists and scientists – all eager to share their knowledge and skills.

Location
The Nunnery Thetford , Norfolk
United Kingdom
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