Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A Whole load of updates on the programme

Details have just been updated on the Programme page on the main website ... for those of you now routinely tuning in here le't make it easy for you

Sat 8 January 9.00 FCardiff Birdwatch Annual birdwatch Rob & Linda Nottage
Sat 26 February 10.00 FCandleston Looking out for anything from Geology to Ornithology Steve Howe
Sat 26 March 10.00 FGower, Southgate Voted one of the best views in Wales we shall be looking for Yellow Whitlow Grass - Gower is its only site in the UK - and we will of course look out for any other wildlife.  
Sat 16 April 10.00 FCardiff Bay Postponed from last year because the Ely footbridge was not ready this is our first circumnavigation of Cardiff Bay covering just over 6 miles. Birds and some early Spring vegetation.  
Sun 15 May 10.00 FPenwyllt Flowers, Caves, Limestone Pavements and ex-industrial landcapes Andy Kendall & Bruce McDonald
Mon 6 June 18:30 ECoryton Roundabout A public walk as part of Biodiversity week. Always popular, this stroll around Coryton roundabout should have orchids in abundance along with other wildlife  
Thu 16 Jun 18.30 EWenvoe A wander around country lanes near Wenvoe hopefully including The Spiked Star of Bethlehem at its only known site in Wales Bruce McDonald
Sat 25 Jun 10.00 FHeritage Coast A linear walk from Nash Point to Southerndown along the cliffs looking at all wildlife. Will need to be booked as transport is being arranged Rob & Linda Nottage
Sat 2 July 10.00 FTennant Canal - Swansea We shall be visiting the Tennant Canal and Pant-y-Sais Fen in the company of a leading botanist Charles Hipkin
Sun 3 July 10.00 FCoedarhydyglyn A tour of this private arboretum led by a trees expert Tony Titchen
Sat 16 Jul 10.00 FParc Bryn Bach Details to follow Rangers


If you need any more updates then contact Bruce or any other committee member via the Contact Details

Best regards
Andy

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