New February sightings posted on the Sightings page
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.
The first sightings reports have come in! Andre has sent in some interesting ones, which are posted on the Sightings page. This is an interim measure while we look at setting up a system that members can use to post information themselves, by category. If you are interested in posting info and/or have suggestions for categories (e.g. Sightings!), please let us know via the Contact page.
Phil Hall will be giving a talk about his quest to photograph all 58 breeding butterfly species in the UK – see Events page
Andre asks, “Is anyone seeing large numbers of starlings in the area?”
If you have seen or heard wildlife that you would like to let people know about, please consider leaving a comment via the link below or sending us a message. You can message via the contacts page, or direct to email@example.com, and we can post it for you! Alternatively, Continue reading “Any wildlife sightings to report?” →
A winter flock of Pied Wagtails has congregated, as it does every winter, in and around the Radstock Sewage Works next to the Colliers Way Cycle path (NCN 24) near Lower Whitelands, Radstock. Continue reading “Winter flock of Pied Wagtails at Radstock Sewage Works” →
How about checking out the new members’ photos in the CVWG Insects and Birds Galleries?
Thanks go to Telva for setting us up a Facebook page. Just click on the Facebook icon at the top right hand corner (in the indigo-violet bar) and you’ll get there… or use the url below. Has anyone got photos of a recent CVWG event to share?
For anyone who is concerned about the various options on offer when doing a search for our new site, you are looking for the option with our full name, with the address https://cvwg.org.uk/, and the search text under it of “Cam Valley Wildlife Group official website..information about the group..local wildlife conservation projects..recording..conservation work..events to Feb 2017.“
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