Society News from March 2022

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

 


Planning Application of Interest

Posted March 18th at 11:31 am in Planning by Tony Utting

Devon County Council are due to hear a planning application on 30th March in relation to land between Shiilingford St George and Kennford.

The application is for an 80 Acre landfill site to with soil being removed to allow for over 1 million tons of inert landfill, to be deposited.

The land is close to Shillingford Woods, which were recently purchased for the benefit of the local Community.

For those who would like to know more, visit the Devon County Council Website and go to the planning page then search for Application No. DCC/4268/2021.

You may then write comments, or object.

As an Organisation, Devon Birds has not taken a stance on this proposal at this stage.


Photographs needed

Posted March 16th at 10:31 am in Publications by Tony Utting

We are updating the Devon Birds website and are keen to have as many new images as possible to make the site as attractive as possible.

For all those photographers out there, we would like to use your images on the new site. Particularly those that show birds in their environment or the popular birding sites in Devon.

In addition, we would like banner images, that could be use on the title of the new pages.

So if you have any images that you think might be worth considering, please send them to me at tony.utting@devonbirds.org

We can't promise to use all of them, but would like to see as many as possible.

`The only stipulation is that they must be your images and they must be of subjects in Devon.

 

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