Meet at Ravenscar car park at old station GR NZ985013. Note that this will be a strenuous walk down the cliff and stout footwear essential.
As with the Brompton survey in 20219 we will do a talk for the villagers followed by a point survey around the village. Locals will be invited to either stay with a recorder or walk around the various points to see what is about. Surveyors will need to meet at 20.30. Meeting point TBA. Please contact Nick Gibbons if you are coming.
Meeting point to ne finalised depending on situatipn with access. Please contact Nick Gibbons if you are coming.
A walk down the ebbing tide to look at life in the rockpools.
Booking for this trip is essential. Contact Nick Gibbons 07790 113025 or by email. Details of meeting point and timings will be sent to anyone booking.
A talk by Cath Bashforth of FC on the beaver introduction at Keldy.
By request we will visit Flamborough Head to look for sea birds and walk some of the nearby hedges and woodlands looking for migrating birds.
It is essential to book for this trip. Please contact Nick Gibbons on 07790 113025. Details of meeting point and timings will be sent to anyone booking.
This is a chance to visit the site with Cath Bashforth of FC and see what our beavers have been up to and understand what the project is all about. Numbers will be limited to 12. Please contact Nick Gibbons if you want to attend and let us know if you are unable to take your place (see below). You may well need wellingtons as the beavers are doing their best to flood the footpath, and a torch for later as it gets dark.
As of 15th August I have 12 and will start a reserve list for anyone else who would like to attend. We may put on a second evening if there is sufficient demand
A chance to learn about a group of insects which we all see around but seem to know so little about.
Peter has published a number of books and papers on this topic. It will be a chance to get to grips with how our area has developed geologically and increase our understanding of why our plants and animals are distributed in the way they are.