Anglesey Branch North Wales Wildlife Trust Meetings February 2008
by Penny Radford
1. Thursday 7 February, 2 pm.
Waste Management on Anglesey
An update on the subject that affects us all.
Meirion Edwards, IoACC.
St.Cyngar’s Church Hall, Llangefni.
2. Saturday 16 February, 10.30 am – 12.30 pm
Mapping the birds of North Wales
A walk through the Dingle, Llangefni, with Peter Stuttard who will demonstrate methods of recording for the new bird atlas and help with identification of winter birds.
Meet at Dingle entrance (SH457758) near St.Cyngar’s Church.
3. Friday 22 February, 7.30 pm
Hidden Treasurers of the Countryside
Learn about Moel y Ci, a typical hill farm supporting some neglected species groups in North Wales with John Harold.
St. Andrew’s Church Hall, Benllech.
£2.00 admission for indoor meetings, to include refreshments.
Contact: Penny Radford, 01248 713022
June, July and August 2008 Wildlife Trust Events
Anglesey Branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust
June,July and August 2008 Events
Wednesday 11 June
Leisurely exploration of the extensive heath at Cyttir Tywyn Trewan.
Meet at car park near NE corner of the common.
Leader: Geoff Radford
Sunday 22 June
2.00pm to 5.00 pm
Enjoy stunning headland walk, gardens and pond. Relax on the lawn with strawberries and cream, cakes and tea/coffee. Bring and buy plant stall. Cerrig yr Adar, Rhoscolyn.
Ample parking. Adults: £4.00 Children: £2.50. All proceeds to the Wildlife Trust.
Sunday 6 July
Dragons and Damsels at Malltraeth Marshes RSPB reserve.
Search for dragonflies, damselflies and much more. Sorry, no dogs.
Bring packed lunch. Meet at Tai'r Gors car park at turn off old A5 by speed limit sign west of Pentre Berw. (SH463726).
Leaders: Allan Brandon, (Odonata recorder for N. Wales) and Ian Hawkins, RSPB warden.
Wednesday 9th July
Welsh Hill Farm Walk
Visit a traditionally managed North Wales hill farm to see how wildlife interests are balanced with the need to earn a livelihood. Sorry, no dogs.
Courtesy of Mr Gethin Davies, Dolgain, Bronaber, Trawsfynnydd. Leave A470 as for holiday village at Trawsfynnydd and follow temporary signs. (SH728304)
Monday 4 August
Picnic with a Porpoise
In recognition of Marine week: meet for a relaxing sea watch and picnic at the end of Point Lynas : a prime location for seeing porpoises and sea birds. Meet at Point Lynas (SH479937).
Nia Haf Jones, Education Officer with Marine Awareness will give information on recent sightings and help with identification.
North Wales Wildlife Trust, March 2008
by Elspeth Wagstaff
"HARE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW?"
Find out what the current surveys show about the distribution of hares from Chris Wynne, Conservation Office with North Wales Wildlife Trust.
St. Cyngar's Church Hall, LLANGEFNI on THURSDAY 6 MARCH at 2 pm
£2.00 admission fee to include refreshments.