Welcome to Cam Valley Wildlife Group

Events re-launch 2020!

We are really pleased to announce that we have re-started our outdoor events with fourteen defferent events for you to choose from – numbers are limited, so you’ll need to book.  See the Events Programme page for details.

Cam Valley Wildlife Group is an independent local wildlife group actively involved in wildlife conservation and enjoyment. The group’s area, with its interesting and diverse wildlife, is based on the catchments of the Cam and Wellow Brooks, and has the towns of Midsomer Norton and Radstock roughly in its middle. It lies  in the biological county of North Somerset (VC 6), and the political areas of Bath & North East Somerset and Mendip. We conduct a number of recording and conservation projects within our area and have a programme of events both within and outside our area, including walks, trips, and talks. More information about the group can be found out the About page.

We send out news via our blog, including notice of website changes, additional events and other organisations’ events, so please consider following the blog! Blog messages can also be accessed on the Message Board. We welcome wildlife sightings, comments and queries through the comments facilities and the Contact page .

We have a low membership fee of only £5.00 to promote accessibility. You can find out about benefits to members and join the group via the Membership page.

Our website is a WordPress site and wordpress.com is an Automattic website. Automattic have published a Privacy Policy in response to the new General Data Protection Regulations, that spells out how they collect, use and share information. Cam Valley Wildlife Group has updated its Data Protection Policy in response to the regulations and it is available on our Data Protection Policy page.

All feedback is welcome!


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May to August Sightings in the CVWG area

Sightings reported from May, July and August have been added to our sightings page. It includes birds, mammals, plants, reptiles and insects. We would love to make reporting sightings more of a feature. Do you have any further sightings to add? Do you know someone who has? Perhaps you would like to post your own … Continue reading May to August Sightings in the CVWG area

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