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Events, training courses and practical opportunities to help conserve local wildlife form a major part of our activities. See featured events below. For a full list with details download the What's On Events Guide

Guided Walk

Events in the Guided Walk category

Bat Walk

Tuesday 30th August

Event Type: Bat Watch | Guided Walk | Members-only

Join Notts Bat Group Chair Michael Walker for a short introductory talk about bats and current bat recording projects before heading out onto the Skylarks reserve in search of bats. Meet at 8pm. Numbers limited so please book as soon as possible.
Contact: Membership Team 0115 958 8242 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Country Park Bat Walk

Friday 2nd September

Event Type: Bat Watch | Guided Walk | Rushcliffe

Meeting at 7pm at Rushcliffe Country Park`s Rangers Office for a presentation, followed by bat walk (bring a torch).
Contact: Lynn Victor 0115 958 8242 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Autumn Bird Identification Walk

Saturday 3rd September

Event Type: Attenborough | Guided Walk | Training Course | Broxtowe

A walk for those who wish to improve their identification of birds using sight and sound. 9 - 11am. £6 per person. Book all three autumn walks (1 Oct, 5 Nov) for £15. Click on the Wildlife Courses category at http://www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/shop.

Attenborough Nature Walk

Sunday 4th September

Event Type: Attenborough | Guided Walk | Broxtowe

Join the wardens for a walk around the reserve. No dogs please. No need to book. Meet 10.30am.
Contact: Attenborough Nature Centre 0115 972 1777

Autumn Urban Safari

Saturday 17th September

Event Type: Guided Walk | Nottingham

Join the City Local Group for an exploration of Clifton. Approximately three and a half miles around some of Clifton’s many green spaces. Meet at Clifton Leisure Centre on Southchurch Drive at 10.30am.
Contact: Martin Willis (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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