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Sightings – skylarks, grey wagtails, dippers and more

Recent sightings by Judy Hampshire:

Sunday 26 March, 5.30pm above White City, Welton: skylarks fluttering and singing.

Monday 27 March: between 8.30 and 9am: Pair of grey wagtails, and dipper on Wellow Brook at Welton. (One morning last week, I saw a pair of dippers there but usually only see one at a time.) A wren accompanied me up the footpath at back of MN leisure centre car park, then on the broadwalk at back of Sun Chemical I saw a female goldcrest. ( A few weeks ago I saw a male goldcrest at the same spot, who actually hopped towards me along the metal fence, until it was level with my head! A magical moment!)

 

CVWG Botany Walks start on 5th April

The 2017 CVWG Botany Walks programme is now available via our Events page. The first walk of the season is in Radstock at Waterside. Park in Radstock and meet at St Nicholas Church (ST688546) for a short walk beside the stream. Start time 7 pm. Lift share is encouraged and all are welcome. Contact details are on the programme.

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Bath NATS recorder facilities demonstration, Monday 6th March

Monday 6th March – Rob Randall – ‘Recording Wildlife in the Bath Nats Area’

Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath. BA1 2HN.

Doors open 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm start

Rob will demonstrate the new facilities by which Bath Nats recorders can build up a database of wildlife and plants in the Bath area and how these data will be passed on to the local biological record centres and become an educational resource for the general public. This facility will be hosted by BRLSI on their website and local flora and fauna will be illustrated by photographs taken by Bath Nats members and other local residents.