Following on from Farmer Edward Darling's inspiring talk in October come and visit the farm. Meet on site at 10am. Car share available from Campus West car park, Welwyn Garden City, 9:15am (parking charges apply). Booking essential as places are limited. Contact Penny Fanthorpe 07761 712245 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting place will be given on booking, all car parks within the park have parking meters.
Discover other activities happening as part of the Oxford Festival of Nature.
Learn all about the charm of hedgehogs, what threats they face, how we can help them and why they are the most important creature on the planet.
Hugh is an author and ecologist with a particular fondness for hedgehogs. For more information www.urchin.info
Take part in more Oxford Festival of Nature activities.
Join Tim Hill, the Trust's Conservation Manager and Eric Wylie, Aldwickbury Golf Club Course Liaison Officer, for a two hour guided walk around this golf course flanking the Lea Valley at Harpenden. The walk will highlight the habitats of county importance within the course and how the club's sensitive grounds management is benefitting birds, bats and flowers.
Thank you for your interest; booking for this event is now closed. For further information contact Tim Hill 01727 858901
If you are a member of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust or are interested in joining us come along and find out more about what we do in our 50th year of working for wildlife. It is also an opportunity to meet other members from your area and to share your views about the challenges we face. For more information contact: email@example.com or follow the link below to book a place.
Join a tour of the Museum of Natural History in the morning followed by BBOWT's annual AGM & Conference.
"Is there a sustainable future for the wildlife of Berks, Bucks and Oxon, or in 50 years’ time will today’s iconic species such as water voles and curlew be consigned to museums?
The topic of our Conference debate: Wildlife in the balance: securing a sustainable future for wildlife and people promises to be enlightening and stimulating.
Bat Talk and Walk (and Moth Trapping) at Dafferns Wood LNR
28th June 2013 - 8.30pm till late
Butterflies are a beautiful addition to any garden. But what do you know about them and the benefits they bring? An expert from Butterfly Conservation will introduce you to Surrey's most common butterflies. The day will begin in the classroom where you will discuss tips on how to identify and encourage these wonderful flying insects into your local green space. Then learn which food plants attract them. Afterwards we will enjoy a walk around Newlands Corner to spot butterflies on the wing at one of the best butterfly spots in the county.
As these amazing animals awaken from their winter slumber, join us at Birdbrook Nature Reserve to track down and learn about the wonderful species of newts, frogs and toads found across Britain and why it’s so important to conserve them.