Welcome to the Cam Valley Wildlife Group website

Cam Valley Wildlife Group is an independent local wildlife group actively involved in wildlife conservation and enjoyment. The group’s area  covers approximately 300 square kilometres and is based on the catchments of the Cam and Wellow Brooks. We conduct a number of specific recording and conservation projects within our area and have a programme of events both within and outside our area, including talks on diverse wildlife subjects, walks and trips. Membership costs only £5.00 per year. To join the group or learn about the benefits of membership, please go to the Membership page.

To receive new messages from the group by email, please use the “Follow Blog” facility at the bottom of the page. Many of the pages of our site also have a comments box for feedback and there is a Contact page for comments and queries.

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.

Please feel free to send in comments or repond to messages. All feedback is welcome!


Recent Posts

Talk – Urban gulls, 18 Feb, Timsbury

Coming up – Timsbury Natural History Group talk, “Urban gulls”, by Peter Rock Sometimes a controversial subject, Peter Rock will explore the reasons behind their liking for city-centre living. 7.30 pm Monday 18th February Conygre Hall, North Road,Timsbury BA2 0JQ Visitors welcome £3.00. Refreshments and raffle. For further information please ring Rod Bruce [Secretary] on … Continue reading Talk – Urban gulls, 18 Feb, Timsbury

February talk for your diary

Wednesday 20 February 2019 7.30pm Talk on Stourhead’s tree sparrow project by Tamsin Holmes of National Trust Tree Sparrows declined in the UK by 95% between 1970 and 2000. Tamsin Holmes of the National Trust will tell us about their project to encourage the revival of this endangered species. Coffee & cake from 7.30pm, talk … Continue reading February talk for your diary

AGM update – Joshua Harris – wildlife photography talk at tonight’s AGM

Wednesday 5 December 2018 – CVWG AGM update Joshua Harris, local wildlife photographer and aspiring cameraman, will be giving an illustrated talk tonight at the AGM at Swallow (see CVWG events page for directions). Seasonal refreshments (mulled wine/juice & mince pies) from 7.30pm, followed by short AGM and talks by Diana Walker and Joshua Harris. … Continue reading AGM update – Joshua Harris – wildlife photography talk at tonight’s AGM

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