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41 WILDLIFE & NATURE EVENTS


17 August BEACH CLEAN Gara Beach, Salcombe Help South Hams Society to keep Gara Beach in good order. 2pm. For more information contact penny545@gmail.com, call 01548 561539 or visit www.southhams- society.org


17 August BIRD IN THE HAND Slapton Ley Field Centre 8 – 10am. Join us for a walk across adjoining farmland and through the Higher Ley sanctuary area before getting up close to some of our feathered friends. Events.sl@ fiel-studies-council.org


28 August SUMMER FAMILY WILDLIFE EXPLORERS Lower Sharpham Barton Farm, Ashprington Join our wildlife leaders on a friendly nature stroll looking for butterflies, crickets, grasshoppers and more. 2 – 4.30pm shar- phamtrust.org. Tel: 01803 732542 `


28 August


PICNICS, POPPIES AND PIPISTRELLES Join us for an evening walk to take in some of the Kingswear Peninsu- lar’s wonderful wildlife. Bringyour own picnic and enjoy a guided bat walk to see and hear some of Devon’s night time wonders after sunset. Tea and coffee provided. 5.30 – 9.30pm. Book at plantlife. org.uk


30 August GREENWAY COUNTRYSIDE WALK WITH A RANGER Why not join one of the countryside rangers for a walk through Greenway garden out to part of the estate? On the walk you will find out about the work that the National Trust rangers do to care for this special place. 11.30 – 1pm. Nationaltrust.org.


30 August ROCKY SHORE Slapton Ley Viewpoint, Torcross Search through rock pools and find ador- able anemones, barnacles and limpets! To book email: events.sl@field-studies


31 August MARSH & ESTUARY BIRD WALK The Sharpham Trust Enjoy an evening guided walk in the landscape of the Sharpham Estate beside the picturesque Dart estuary, watching for wading birds, gulls, wildfowl and other wildlife. With local expert Mike Langman. 6 – 8.30pm. sharphamtrust.org


1 September BAT AND STARGAZING WALK Sharpham Trust, Ashprington See bats and stars (hopefully) on this special event that awakens your senses to nature at night-time. 7.15 – 9.45pm. sharphamtrust.org. Tel: 01803 732542


11 September BIRD WATCHING WITH EXPERT NICK TOWNSEND South Milton Ley Bird-watching for SHS members around South Milton Ley, led by local


expert Nick Townsend. 5pm. Meet up at the National Trust Car park near the beach. Sorry, no dogs allowed. If you would like to take part, please register your interest with Penny Fen- ton (e-mail: penny545@googlemail. com) by 31st August at the latest.


12 September BAT DETECTING WITH SOUP SUPPER Avon Mill, Kingsbridge Join South Devon AONB and Devon Wildlife Trust for this fun event with an informal talk on bats, followed by a soup/bread supper. 6.30 – 8.30pm. devonbatproject.org


25 September NATURAL NIGHTSCAPES - MOBILE PLANETARIUM Moreleigh Village Hall, Totnes Find out more about the natural nightscapes of the South Devon AONB using sophisticated simula- tions and projections throughout the dome. Followed by short walk looking for bats. 6.15 – 9.30pm. Tickets essential. Tel: 01803 861384. Southdevonaonb.org.uk


27/28 September WEMBURY BIOBLITZ Come and celebrate Wembury Marine Centre’s 25th anniversary. With the help of local experts, you’ll be searching for and surveying everything living in and around Wembury, from our amazing underwater world to our wonderful woodland, fantastic farmland and so much more. 10am – 3pm. FREE. Wemburymarinecen- tre.org


GREAT BRITISH BEACH CLEAN EVENT


14 September – SLAPTON SANDS 10am – 1pm southdevonaonb.org.uk


14 September - SOAR MILL COVE 2pm www.southhamssociety.org


21 September – SCOBLE POINT 1.30 – 3.30 southdevonaonb.org.uk


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