Members & Non-members
Fri 23rd March – Around Tealham Moor Talk
MEET 7.15pm, Environment Centre, Pier Street, Swansea
The last meeting of the winter schedule is this evening and ROBIN WILLIAMS will be giving an illustrated talk on TEALHAM MOOR. Many of you will know that Tealham is part of the Somerset Levels which has become an area hugely rich in wild life, not least in birds.
Robin is lucky enough, or wise enough, to live overlooking the Moor and is very familiar with it. Tealham has become famous for its evening flocks of starlings, but it has much, much more to offer than that, and Robin has been taking excellent photographs of the wildlife of the Moor not least of his particular interest of bees and insects. The Levels have also been in the news because Cranes have been in re-introduced there and it is a magnet for Osprey, Marsh and Hen Harrier and Cattle Egret, to name just a few of the wide variety to be found on Robin’s doorstep.
I urge you to come along this evening and enjoy this very interesting evening: you will not be disappointed.