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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

Wildlife Talk

Events in the Wildlife Talk category

Invasive Species

Tuesday 17th April

Event Type: Wildlife Talk | Bassetlaw

Come along to this meeting of the Worksop Local Group when Natasha Estrada, a specialist in invasive species, gives a fascinating talk on the unusual, and sometimes alarming, new inhabitants that have set up home here. Meet at Station Hotel, Carlton Rd Worksop S80 1PS at 7.30pm. £2.00.
Contact: Su McIlwaine 07530 475 041 or Alvin Green 01909 476 267 http://www.worksopnwt.org.uk

Wildlife and Habitats of the Peak District

Thursday 19th April

Event Type: Wildlife Talk | Gedling

Join this meeting of the Gedling Local Group when Max Maughan will give an illustrated talk explaining how the geology affects the varied wildlife of the area. 7.30pm in The Old Church Hall, Main St, Burton Joyce (next to the chippy). All are welcome - no need to book. Admission £2.
Contact: Gay Wood 0115 920 5940 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

South Notts Local Group AGM

Thursday 19th April

Event Type: Wildlife Talk | Rushcliffe

This will be followed by a talk by the Trust’s Keeping It Wild Young Peoples Group on their work and activities. 7.30pm in Room 5, West Bridgford Methodist Church, (junction of Patrick Road and Musters Road), West Bridgford, NG2 7PQ. Admission £3, children free.
Contact: Gordon Dyne 0115 878 4842 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The State of Our Nature

Monday 23rd April

Event Type: Wildlife Talk | Broxtowe

Since 2000, naturalists have monitored the state of British wildlife and its habitats - there is good and bad news. Paul Hobson looks at many examples and suggests how we should manage our islands for the next century. Includes Beeston Wildlife Group’s brief AGM. 7.30–9.30pm at Trent Vale Infants School, Beeston Rylands, Nottingham, NG9 1LP. Adults £2, children £1.
Contact: Nigel Slater 0115 916 6518 or Martin Butler 07847 015 151 (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

An Introduction to Bats

Friday 27th April

Event Type: Attenborough | Bat Watch | Guided Walk | Wildlife Talk | Broxtowe

Attenborough is one of the best places in the country to see bats. This evening starts with a fascinating talk, followed by a walk around the reserve using bat detectors. 7pm-10pm, £15. Booking essential. To book visit http://www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/shop and click on the Wildlife Courses & Lectures category.

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