Lancaster RSPB Group Talks
Lancaster RSPB Group is holding a number of talks in the meeting room near the Coffee Shop. Some meetings are daytime, others will be evenings as shown below. The meetings are open to all whether you are an RSPB member, a group member or not a member at all. Do come along and hear all about these fascinating subjects.
There are also some opportunities for volunteers to help on the committee and a request for help to display posters.
The events meeting here at The Centre are shown below. For other events taking place see the full programme for 2019 Local group programme 2019
Wednesday 15 May (7.30pm)
“Butterfly Conservation projects in Northern England” *
An illustrated talk by Chris Winnick showing us the species that can be found in England and how conservation work is helping their numbers to increase. Meet at The Centre @ Halton.
Wednesday 16 October (2.30pm)
“Pied flycatchers in SWT Castramon Wood” *-An illustrated talk by Brian Smith chairman of the North Solway ringing group, who has been monitoring the birds in this Galloway wood for over 20 years. Meet at The Centre @ Halton
Wednesday 20 November (2.30pm)
“Birdwatching & Wildlife in the Narbonnaise area”* – An illustrated talk by Philippa Benson who has lived for 15 years in this outstanding area of Southern France which is on the Western Mediterranean flyway. Meet at The Centre @ Halton.
Stout footwear, warm clothing and packed lunches are recommended for field outings. If weather forecasts are poor, please ring 01524 241606 the previous evening before 9pm. The leader has discretion to cancel an event if the weather conditions are unfavourable.
We hope that members will do their best to reduce car use by car-sharing as much as possible. If help is required to attend a meeting please email email@example.com and we will do our best to assist.
At indoor meetings marked * the RSPB requests a donation to help cover the cost of the event.
The Centre at Halton is on Low Road, Halton,post code LA2 6NB and grid reference SD 511650
For a map and directions: haltoncentre.org/about/directions/