TWIC organises two conferences a year to bring together individuals interested in wildlife recording and conservation from across the region. A series of talks are delivered around a conference theme and
there is a chance to promote local recording initiatives through displays and open-mike sessions.
Reports from previous conferences and some presentations or summaries of talks can be found here.
TWIC Autumn Conference & AGM 2017
In Pursuit of Wildlife
Saturday 25 November 2017
Location: Stow Town Hall, Earlston Road, Stow, Scottish Borders (TD1 2QS)
Details: The TWIC Autumn Conference will provide an opportunity for all those interested in wildlife recording and conservation across the region to join together at the end of the season. Talks will showcase
a number of recording initiatives and citizen science studies in southern and central Scotland that are furthering our knowledge of wildlife and sometimes using novel approaches in pursuit of their target organism!
The event will also host TWIC's AGM and the presentation of the Bob Saville Award. Download the programme
here [PDF, 93.4 KB] and the flyer
here [PDF, 3.41 MB].
Cost: FREE, including buffet lunch, but booking is essential as numbers will be limited. To book, please visit
Note that there will be a raffle and other items to purchase, so please bring cash if you are interested in these.
Getting there: Stow is situated on the Borders railway line. The train station is a short walk from the venue. A link to the timetable is below. Note not all trains stop in Stow:
Scotrail train times. Stow is also served by the X95 bus.
For a route map and timetable click here. There is free on-street parking adjacent to the venue.