VENUE - Trent Vale Infants School, Trent Road, Beeston Rylands, Nottinghamshire, NG9 1LP.
ADMISSION - £2.00 Adults, £1.00 Children - includes refreshments.
TIME - 7.30 - 9.30pm.
Our gardens, with their varied habitats, are an important part of the ecosystem. There is a more diverse array of wildlife in our gardens than in the open countryside. Paul shows us some inhabitants and gives us some gardening tips along the way. A talk for ALL the family.
With images and sounds of over a 100 species including birds, mammals, amphibians and insects, it will be just like having them in the room with us. David’s dry wit and enthusiasm for his subject will make this a great evening.
Local beekeepers Anne and Rob tell us about the amazing world of the bee. Discover what makes a bee “a bee,” why they buzz and do they really hibernate? Also find out why bees are so crucial to the crops we all depend upon for our food.
Paul is the public face of the British Trust for Ornithology and a hugely experienced birdwatcher. He is the author of two new field guides and regularly writes for the national press and birding magazines. We will all learn how to look at birds differently, improving our identification skills, no matter how experienced we are. Even Chris Packham turns to local lad Paul for inspiration (This meeting includes our brief AGM and remembers our founder Keith Corbett).
LOCATION - Attenborough Nature Reserve, MEET - Nature Centre Car Park, Barton Lane, NG9 6DY
TIME - 10.00am Start ~1.00pm Finish
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