On a chilly January morning, George Male kicked off the first NBKA presentation of the year at Easton College, with his talk about how to make a feeder. He had made a variant of a Miller feeder, and enjoyably described to the group his methods. Being the resourceful sort, George had taken several handy shortcuts during construction, and shared these with the group. There was plenty of audience participation, as both George and those in attendance were of a practical bent. Various tips and tips were exchanged over tea and biscuits, to the extent that the length of the questions and tangents outstripped that allocated to the talk.
Many thanks to George for his presentation, and to Graham Wrenn for the photos.