Society News from October 2021

Taw & Torridge Branch Indoor Meetings - updated

Posted September 2nd at 5:16 pm in Events by Mike Daniels

The Taw & Torridge Branch are restarting Indoor Meetings at the Castle Centre, Barnstaple. Start times are :7.30pm. Details for the remainder of 2022 and beginning of 2023 are:

8th November - Philip Marlow, African Game Parks are not just the Big 5

13th December - John Walters, the Secret Life of the Long-tailed Tit

10th January 2023 - Emma Scotney, An Introduction to Bats

14th February - James Fentom, Plovers of St Helena: A study

14th March - Stephen Powels, Tawny Owls

11th April - Ian Gaspar, Bird behaviour: an illustrated talk


Devon Birds Newsletter

Posted October 28th, 2021 at 7:41 pm in Publications by Tony Utting

Please find a link below to the second edition of Devon Birds newsletter, which includes news of our support for the Barn Owl Trust and a plea for volunteers to help with some surveys and for photographs of the reserves we visit.

Devon Birds Newsletter – issue 2

Mid Devon Branch AGM

Posted October 27th, 2021 at 11:15 pm in Meetings by Mike Daniels

The Mid Devon Branch AGM will be held on Wednesday 17th November 2021 at 7pm at The Boniface Centre, Church Lane Crediton. The Boniface Centre is 50 yards east and adjacent to Crediton's parish church. Post Code EX17 2AH. Parking is available behind the church.

Plymouth branch at Seaton Wetlands

Posted October 21st, 2021 at 8:20 pm in Plymouth Branch by Tony Utting

Plymouth Branch recently held a visit to Seaton Wetlands. Download the review using the following link.

Plymouth Branch at Seaton Wetlands

Plymouth branch walk

Posted October 21st, 2021 at 8:18 pm in Plymouth Branch by Tony Utting

Plymouth Branch recently held an event. Read about it using the link below to download the review.

Plymouth Branch meeting SOAR

Volunteer WeBS (Wetland Bird Survey) counters needed

Posted October 5th, 2021 at 12:20 pm in Surveys by Tony Utting

One or two WeBS Counters are needed to assist with counts on the river Dart.

The immediate need is for someone to cover Stoke Gabriel Millpond and the main estuary from Duncannon to Sandridge. These could be covered by one or two people.

You can find out more by downloading this document: Request for WeBS counters on the River Dart

If you want to get involved, please contact Peter Reay, (WeBS Local Organiser for Devon (except Taw and Torridge Tamar Estuaries).

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