An illustrated talk by Ben Stammers, NWWT, about birds on Anglesey today and how things have changed since the mid 20th Century. No dogs. £2.00, to include refreshments. (Please note this a…
Hear about the amazing diversity of wildlife found on Wrexham Industrial Estate with Jonny Hulson, NWWT Project Officer.
Ivor Rees takes a look at signs of the effects of waves persisting in the natural environment. No dogs. £2.00, to include refreshments.
An update on the fortunes of the red squirrel in North Wales and work being done to protect them – with Becky Clews-Roberts. No dogs. £2.00 donation appreciated.
Your chance to find out about all the amazing work the North Wales Wildlife Trust has been doing over the last year and our plans for the future, followed by guest speaker Rachel Sharp, Chief…
Plantlife Cymru's Lower Plants and Fungi Officer, Tracey Lovering, discusses our local plant species and why they're special. No dogs.
Tracy Pierce, of Hedgehog Help Prestatyn, talks about the life of our native hedgehogs, their decline, the hazards they face and what we can do to help.
No dogs. £2.00, to include…
Philip Hoare, prize-winning author, explores how we humans relate to the sea's natural history – this year’s Lacey Lecture, 9 November, Venue Cymru.
A speaker from the North-West Wales Amphibian and Reptile Group outlines the status of local species and issues currently affecting their success. No dogs. £2.00, to include refreshments.
Steve Palin shares all you needed to know (and possibly some things which you didn't ...) about our native Odonata.