The full programme of events - 'IN'-door talks either via Zoom (or, as on 18 March, Microsoft Teams or who knows what other platform a speaker may be required to use) or 'OUT'-door Field Trips, is now published.
The programme is downloadable here as a PDF document and the events are also listed on the Talks or Field Trips page, where more detail is included as it becomes available.
The download includes the programme for Young Nature Watch - go to that page for a much prettier version, and where more detail will be provided as it is made available.
The next online talk is on Thursday, 18 March at 7.30pm. The subject is Rural and Wildlife Crime, led by the Tisbury PCSO Neil Turnbull. Members who have paid their 2021 subscription of £10 will be emailed the link for this, guests please email firstname.lastname@example.org to pay £2.
The huge tree trunks you may notice laid across field entrances are there to deter hare coursing - of which there was a case near Lawn Farm only a few weeks ago. Neil will tell us what the team of more than 20 officers in Wiltshire alone, are doing to prevent this and other forms of rural crime.
The pages now display photos of moths taken by Andrew Graham. This one's the Puss Moth, looks very soft and cuddly.
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