NORTH WALES WILDLIFE TRUST

by Elspeth Wagstaff
(Anglesey)

1. Friday 11 April 2008, 7.30pm

Branch AGM followed by: Inspiring Wildlife into our Gardens. Tips on making your garden even more wildlife friendly with Anna Williams, Snowdonia Wildlife Gardening Project Officer.
St. Andrews Church Hall, Benllech. £2.00 admission to include refreshments.

2. Sunday 20th April 2008, 4.00 at 6.30pm.
Shore walk at Rhosneigr. Discover creatures exposed at low tide with Tom Clifton. The walk will follow the tide down the shore as it ebbs, (low tide 6pm). Meet at car park in Rhosneigr, (SH319730). Wellies essential.

THE NEXT TWO EVENTS CELEBRATE a WALK IN THE WOODS MONTH:

3. Sunday 4th May 2008, 11am-4pm.
Open Day at Ffrwd Onnen, Llangristiolus, courtesy of Joe and Cathy Mullen. Another opportunity to visit this historically interesting smallholding, managed with wildlife in mind. Old and more recently planted woodland, disused limestone quarry and kiln; stream, pond and garden provide a variety of wildlife habitats. Ample on-field parking (SH442732). Stout footwear advised. Admission: £3 (children £1) to include tea/coffee and cake. Plant stalls. Proceeds to the Trust. NO DOGS.

4. Sunday 18th May 2008, 2.00 -4.30pm approx.
Guided walk around Plas Lligwy woods, led by Charles Aron. A rare opportunity to visit this privately owned deciduous woodland to enjoy birdsong and woodland flora and to seek the elusive Herb Paris. Meet in the farmyard (SH498859). NO DOGS.

5. Anglesey Walking Festival Events, 24 May to 8 June 2008
Look out for Wildlife Trust events in the booklet available from Menter Mon.

Contact: Penny Radford, 01248 713022

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Lovely Island
by: Jane Oliver

We have been over to Anglesea a few times and have really enjoyed the natural beauty and wildlife. It's so lovely to have the chance to walk along the fine coast you have, as living in Nuneaton we don't have that possibility.

If there are any articles you could write here about your island wildlife we would really appreciate it.

thanks
Jane

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