This page lists, in reverse chronological order, upcoming events that have something to do with our book:
16 August 2014
Tim Birkhead will talk about the book at 11:30 am at the Bird Fair
at the Rutland Water Nature Reserve
Details here for the Fair and here for Tim’s talk
18 July 2014
Tim Birkhead will give a breakfast-time talk at the Buxton Festival
at 09:00-10:00 am in the Shrewsbury Room of the Old Hall Hotel
8 June 2014
Tim Birkhead will talk at the Cheltenham Science Festival
at 2:30-3:30 in the Pillar Room
12 April 2014
Tim Birkhead will talk on Weaver birds, gametes and Honeyguides
At 14:15 at the 20th Anniversary Meeting of the African Bird Club
Flett Theatre, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, UK. The Flett Theatre is on Floor 1 of the Red Zone
More details here
22 March 2014
Tim Birkhead will give a keynote lecture: Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology Since Darwin
At the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club one day meeting on ‘Birds and People: a Natural Relationship’ in Aberdeen
More details here
3 March 2014
Official Sheffield University launch of Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology since Darwin.
At 1800-2000h, Coffee Revolution, University of Sheffield Students’ Union.
Tim Birkhead will give a 20 min talk about the book, introduced by David Wood, president of Sheffield Bird Study Group. The talk will be followed by a book signing—books provided by Rhyme & Reason Bookshop, Sheffield—and a wine reception. All welcome.
More information as well as tickets for this event here.
27 February 2014
Tim Birkhead will talk on Amazing Birds
At 1900h, Tower Building, University of Dundee
Organised by the British Science Association; more details here
26 Feb 2014
Official publication date of Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology since Darwin. Princeton University Press.
22 February 2014
Bob Montgomerie will talk about Ten Thousand Birds in a live radio interview with Jack Holcomb of Jack’s Backyard, on station WEEU from Reading, Pennsylvania, at 09:15 EST.
20 February 2014
Tim Birkhead will talk about Ten Thousand Birds in a live radio interview on BBC3’s Free Thinking programme at 10 pm in the UK