A lifelong fascination in wildlife, and in particular birds, makes Andrew our perfect guide to what we may see from our yachts when at sea, anchored or simply walking along the foreshore. Andrew was born in central London and developed an early interest in birds through frequent visits to the Natural History Museum, the London parks and Hampstead Heath. He was educated in London and Cambridge and spent his entire career as an ecologist working in polar regions, mostly in Antarctica. On retiring he moved to the Norfolk coast to continue his interest in birds and other wildlife.
Date and Time: Thursday 30th November 2023, Doors open at 11:00, Talk at 11:30, Lunch at 13:00.
Venue: Royal Harwich Yacht Club, Woolverstone, Ipswich, IP9 1AT; Lat and Long: N52⁰ 0.34’ E001⁰ 11.8’; National Grid Reference: TM 1952 3896; What.Three.Words: ///lion.jumpy.chuckling.
Free car parking at the Club.
What: Winter Talk, with or without a meal.
Open to: Members of the CA, CS, RHYC, and their guests.
Book now on the RHYC website: https://www.royalharwichyachtclub.co.uk/events/rhyc-ca-prof-andrew-clarke
Contact: Simon and Georgette, Suffolk@theca.org.uk