John Harold shares some encounters with nature on the outer isles of Scotland and some thoughts that they prompt on our own island home.
Dawn Thomas will give a presentation about the life and times of the Grey Seals of North Wales.
Richard Holland, Lecturer in Zoology at Bangor University, describes recent research that throws light on the amazing powers of navigation shown by songbirds.
Brian Palmer will tell us about the Woodland Trust's work in North Wales, with particular reference to their stunning Celtic Rainforests in Meirionnydd. Main door locked at 19:30 prompt.
Martin Bailey, biodiversity consultant, asks "What is biodiversity? Have you ever seen it?" We'll explore why wildlife has gone from much of the UK – and how we could bring it back…
Your chance to meet up with friends from the Trust, learn about our local wildlife and find out what we have been doing for the past year. Plus Wildlife Fête – wildlife-inspired stalls run by…
Our local expert, Peter Appleton, will takes us on a tour of the history of Minera through its geology, and explain how that has impacted its use and importance over the years.
Henry Cook, NWWT's Living Landscape Officer, brings us up to date with developments to improve biodiversity around the Anglesey Fens.
Kaya Parsons-Davies of the Owls Trust will give an illustrated talk about 'all things owl' – with a chance to see some of her feathered colleagues!
Our very own 'spiderman', Richard Gallon, covers some of Anglesey's regional rarities and relates them to the value of habitats that we have on the island.