SOUTH NOTTS LOCAL GROUP WINTER WILDLIFE TALKS PROGRAMME ONLINE

Our final online event is

Thurs Apr 22nd Local Group AGM + Talk on British Reptiles and Amphibians with Ben Driver (No Charge). The AGM will be a short session of around 30 minutes followed by the talk. For more info follow this link https://www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/events/2021-04-22-south-notts-local-group-agm-talk-british-reptiles-and-amphibians

At a minimum you will need a desktop/laptop or tablet that is connected to the internet and with ZOOM software installed (our link includes instructions about downloading ZOOM if not already installed). But SNG does not recommend using smart phones as we feel the picture is too small. Any queries please contact gordon.dyne@gmail.com

We are moving towards the start of our Out & About with Wildlife programme inline with the planned reduction on COVID restrictions

Wed 14th Apr – Bird walk in Rushcliffe Country Park.  Join South Notts Local Group  and Neil Glenn for a socially-distanced wildlife walk (numbers limited). Bird migration should be underway, so we will have a stroll around this urban park to see what visitors have arrived for the summer or have dropped in on their journey north. The walk will last about 2 hours. Contact Neil Glen n.glenn@ntlworld.com for full details and to reserve a place, although Neil may run a second walk if there is interest.

Sun 25th Apr – Sharphill Wood (West Bridgford) dawn chorus walk. Meeting at 6am. Numbers will be restricted to five + leader with  social distancing, for full details please contact John Elwell on 07794 052672 for more information and to book a place.

Sun 25th Apr – Bunny Wood Open Day  from 10 till 3 with a guided walk at 11am, children’s activities and info about woodland history, not to mention the bluebells. Car park on the left on the A60 climbing up out of Bunny village. Please check web site nearer the date for any changes. Chris Terrell Nield (christopher.terrell-nield@ntu.ac.uk).

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