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Falkland Islands Holidays attends Birdfair in Rutland....Read More

Over the three day event there were seven lectures about the Falklands, but also South Georgia and Antarctica which touched on the Falklands.

Amongst the speakers were Tim Melling talking "Penguins, Prions & Petrels".  Margaret Carr known for her work with Falklands Conservation gave a talk on "Falklands hundred years" wait for announcement of second endemic passerine and Martin Beaton who runs Weddell Islands Lodge, Talk on "Birds of the Falkland Islands (including Penguins).


FITV (Falkland Islands Television) also provided promotional footage of the Islands for a large screen that was located in the main refreshment area in the centre of Birdfair, showing footage of the Islands and enticing people to visit the Falkland Islands stands.  This was looped throughout the event. 


Falkland Islands Conservation had a book signing of a new book by Robin Woods "The Birds of the Falklands" which sold out of copies.  The book is to be used in conjunction with his previous publication "Birds and Mammals of the Falkland Islands"


Margaret Williams Manager of Falkland Islands Holidays quoted:


“Birdfair 2017 has been outstandingly successful for the Falkland Islands as a whole; this is undoubtedly a direct consequence of the seamless collaboration at the event between Falkland Islands Holidays, Falklands Conservation and the Falkland Islands Tourist Board and is testament to the bookings (not just enquiries) we are already receiving.

I recall one lady to our stand who was so captivated by our unique destination that she intends to delay her three years' worth of confirmed travel plans so that she can visit the Falkland Islands as soon as possible!

I would particularly like to thank Sue Smith, Carole Murphy and Michelle Pepper for their dedication and efficiency ensuring the Falklands' reputation as a wonderful, worthwhile natural destination to visit continues; along with the respective teams within Falklands Conservation and the Tourist Board. Quite simply a magnificent team effort on behalf of our Islands."