Programme 2017 - 2018

Fri 19thMay 7.30pm SGH

Roundtable” A medley of interesting exhibits, audio, visual & discussion

 David Leader
Sat 20th May 5.15am HCP Dawn Chorus in Buzzards 5.30am Withleigh NT car park
Grid Ref: SS905121 Then optional 8.00am breakfast at Stephen’s place
Stephen Powles/Paul Pratley
Tues 20th June Knowstone Moor and/or 9.30am at 10.00am HCP Start point TBA Liz Rogers /Ray Jones
Fri 14th July 10.30am at 9.30am HCP Bystock Pools Grid Ref: SY033844 Liz Rogers
Wed 2nd August 9.30am HCP Ashclyst Forest Forest Gate carpark SX999994 at 10.15am Ray Jones
Mon 11th Sept 9.30am HCP Seaton Wetlands 10.30am at Wildlife Carpark (through Seaton Cemetery)
Grid Ref: SY249915
Ray Jones
Fri 15th Sept 7.30pm SGH “Shedding Light  on Moths: how are they doing and why should we care?” Richard Fox (Butterfly Conservation)
Tues 10th Oct 9.30am HCP Dawlish Warren at 10.30am  Grid Ref:  SX980787 Ray Jones
Fri 20th Oct 7.30pm SGH “The Role of Our October Nature Reserves” DWT Land Management  Officer
Fri 17th Nov 7.30pm SGH “An Update on  Badgers, their  Habitat, Management & Controlling TB” Dr Fiona Mathews (Exeter University)
Fri 15th Dec 7.30pm SGH “Reflections” MDNHS  A series of short members presentations plus mulled wine and mince pies! (compiled by Stephen
Powles)
Fri 19th Jan 6.45pm Annual Buffet Dinner  Committee
Fri 16th Feb 7.30pm SGH “Birds, Beasts and Bugs” John Walters
Fri 16th March 7.30pm SGH AGM  followed by  “Britain’s  Amazing Beetles” Dr Roger Avery
Fri 20thApril 7.30 SGH “Championing  Hedgehogs – In the Garden and  In Rescue” Doreen Wills (Cullompton Wildlife Rescue)

 

NOTES

SGH    Indoor meetings at St George's Hall, Beck's Square,TivertonPage25L1P208
HCP   Visits meet at Homebase Car Park, Tiverton
GR     Grid reference for those going direct and meeting on site

Short Notice Visits may be arranged in addition to the programme. If you do not have email for
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