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Come and discover moths in this long-established woodland which hasn't been studied much for 60 years.
Free activities throughout the day, all with a wildlife theme, followed by evening entertainment, hot food and refreshments. Free parking also available.
We will continue our work on invasive rhododendron and other scrub, and carry out a peat depth survey at this lovely site inside the Loch Lomond National Park. We are also planning to do some moth-trapping the night before. (N.B. there will be additional workparties here on 18 & 25 October).
Talks, photographic competition and AGM
Includes review of the year fro recorder Bill Stone and success of WCBS by Twm Wade
Our annual Members' Day, an informal chance to meet like-minded butterfly and moth enthusiasts and chat and hear about the wonderful highlights of the season.
N.B. Please note change of date from that originally stated (to avoid the Ryder Cup!).
Kempton: UK's largest entomological fair
Wild About Norfolk is an annual wildlife and environmental fair showcasing the local groups and national organisations who protect, enhance and restore Norfolk's wildlife and landscape.
Join us for the annual Members' Day and AGM at the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington.
Brown Hairstreak egg surveys
Branch AGM And Members Day
Come and help clear pine and install plastic dams on this wonderful lowland peatland! Bring stout boots or wellies, warm clothing and a packed lunch.
“A Journey across Papua New Guinea”. An illustrated talk by Ann Duff.
Contact: Judy Dunmore, Tel: 01263 822550
All members are welcome.
Branch AGM 2014, to be held at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust's Visitor Centre, Attenborough Nature Reserve.
Dorking: Click title for details
Kingshill Local Nature Reserve in Allanton, carrying on with scrub removal on the peat bog and bing slopes there, and maybe installing some plastic dams.
We will use hand tools to remove small birch trees across the open bog.