TBC Gibraltar Point Lincs WT Reserve. Outdoor EventDateLocationGibraltar PointThe Lincs Trust Flagship reserve. This has diverse habitats which include woodland, wetlands, wader scrapes, salt marsh, sand dunes and open sea. So expect a good species list. There are a full range of facilities at the reserve.
Anybody with an interest in nature from beginner to expert are welcome to join us on our Outdoor Events that are free. It is a good way to get to know existing members and possibly improve your expertise.
Meet: In the reserve car parkPost code: PE24 4SUMap ref: TF557582Leader: Bob Titman 07922164676
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Summer Leys WT Reserve Outdoor EventDateLocationSummer LeysExpect a wide range of species at this Nene Valley lake complex. Note: There is a car parking charge for non WL trust members. Option to stop before/after lunch.
Anybody with an interest in nature, from beginner to expert, are welcome to join us on our Outdoor Events that are free. It is a good way to get to know existing members and possibly improve your expertise.
Meet: In the reserve car parkPost code: NN29 7TDMap ref: SP886634Leader: Bob Payne 01780783041
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Reflections by MARK AVERYDateLocationSt Mark's Church HallReflections
In this informed, incisive and passionate commentary on the state of nature and conservation Mark reflects on our relationship with wildlife around us. His book “Reflections” analyses what is wrong with certain ways we do wildlife conservation but explores some of its successes too. How can we do better to restore wildlife to everybody’s lives. We know how to conserve species and habitats – it’s time to roll out conservation measures on a much bigger scale. Reflections sets out what is needed and what part the state, environmental charities and we as individuals can play in making that happen.Dr Mark Avery is a senior UK conservationist with nearly four decades experience of giving wildlife a better future. He worked for the RSPB for 25 years before going freelance in 2011. He co-founded the campaigning organisation Wild Justice with Chris Packham and Ruth Tingay in 2011 and was recently chair of the World Land Trust.Click for location details
Indoor Events are free to members and we warmly welcome nature loving non-members for a small donation of £2.50 cash on the door.
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