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Exmoor


Velator/ Sherpa Marsh


Combe Martin


Yarner Wood & Trendlebere Down


Home Farm,Fremington.


Yarner Wood


Shipley Bridge, South Brent ~ Cuckoo


Kennford


Bench Tor/Whites Wood


Moretonhampstead


Challacombe


Challacombe


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Devon Birds AGM

Thursday 19th April 2018 at 7.00 pm
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Guest speaker is Joah Madden, Associate Professor at the Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, University of Exeter. He will speak on “The bird that everyone knows but nobody watches: the behaviour and ecology of pheasants in the UK”.

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