All indoor meetings are held at Goytre Village Hall, Newtown Road, Penperlleni, NP4 0AR
Due to circumstances beyond our control the scheduled talk on the Somerset Levels will now be held at a later date. In its place we welcome back Ralph Todd who earlier in the year gave us an interesting look at Cranes in part one of his presentation. To conclude the story of the Crane we have: On the trail of the Crane – Part two.
We do hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative and entertaining presentation.
A zoom video meeting. Details will be sent to all members for whom we have e-mail addresses 7 days in advance of the meeting
Graham has a PhD in Ecology and is a traveller and photographer. Join him on this trip through Madagascar highlighting the wide ranging wildlife of the area.
A zoom video meeting. Details will be sent to all members for whom we have e-mail addresses 7-10 days before the event.
A weekend trip to Portland Bird Observatory for autumn migration. We stay at the observatory in multi-occupation rooms. Cost is £17 per person per night payable at the observatory.
Booking essential, bookings taken from 1st July on a first come basis. To book e-mail Dave Brassey: email@example.com . If there is a requirement car sharing may be possible.
Meet at the observatory any time after 12:00 mid-day. Bring sleeping bag and food for the week-end. We usually eat out in the evenings at a local pub. (optional)
Join author, editor and tour leader Nigel Redman on a visual extravaganza of the birds of the Horn of Africa.
Meet Blair Jones at WWT Steart Marshes car park (ST25208 44210) at 9:00 am for a 3 – 4 hour moderate walk around this relatively new reserve.
Meet Ian Walker at 8:00 am at Fourteen Locks car park (£1.00 charge) for a 2-3 hour walk around this local nature reserve. The walk can be wet in places, wear suitable footwear.
Mike Reid award winning photographer will take us on a journey with his camera and show us the fantastic photographs he achieves on his travels.
Multi-award-winning writer, photographer, editor, lecturer James Lowen will regale us with tales of Britain’s top wildlife weekends.
52 shades of green: Britain’s best wildlife-watching weekends
Britain hums with exciting wildlife experiences, which makes our country simply perfect for short staycations. Drawing on his best-selling book 52 wildlife weekends: a year of Britain’s best wildlife-watching breaks, prepare to be escorted the length and breadth of the country to share Britain’s very best wildlife-watching breaks: from puffins to porpoises, otters to orchids, and frogs to fritillaries.
We welcome back Keith Offord for another programme of raptor specialities. Keith has studied raptors in central & north wales over many years with a particular knowledge of Hen Harrier.
Meet Dave Brassey at the car park at WWT Slimbridge at 9:15 am for a full day at this exceptional reserve.
An entry fee is payable for Non-WWT members. Winter visitors including Bewick and Whooper Swans. Wear suitable clothing as reserve is very open.
You may wish to bring a packed lunch and refreshments although there are restaurants and refreshment locations around the reserve.
It is hoped that the current booking restrictions will have been lifted by November 2021.