Wildlife Events in Devon
Things to do in Devon:
DWT runs hundreds of wildlife events in Devon each year.
To find out what's on in Devon start searching the listings below.
Your passport to wildlife activities in Devon is here!
- Watch Milling at Cricklepit on 9th October
- Foray for fungus on 10th, 19th and 25th October
- Work at Woodah on 31st October
Events on in Devon
Date: 10th October 2015
Time: 10:30am - 1pm
With Alan Payne from Devon Fungus Group. Cross the main dam and
meet at the right-hand stile a few hundred yards on the other side.
Look for parked cars on left. Grid Ref: SX553861. Bring a knife and
flat basket if possible.
Date: 11th October 2015
Time: 11am - 1pm
Guided walk about the first phase of the new river Exe flood relief
scheme along the Riverside Valley Park. Hear about the project
design to enhance wildlife, how plans for the final phase are
shaping up, and spot birds and other wildlife along the way. Stout
footware and binoculars advised. With Mary-Rose...
Date: 12th October 2015
George Bemment is a long standing member of the Mammal Society and
a co-founder member of the Devon Mammal Group. Her main interest is
bats and she has been monitoring bat roosts for the last 25 years.
Tonight she will enthuse us with her wealth of knowledge of British
Date: 18th October 2015
Time: 10am start
Ludwell to Bonhay Road Friendly, easy-paced walk taking in the
Exeter landscape and its autumn wildlife, following Ludwell Valley,
Mincinglake, and Hoopern Valley. Approx 6.5 miles; some steep and
muddy sections, finishing at Millers Crossing. Join us for part or
all of the route. Please bring your own lunch and drink.
Date: 19th October 2015
Time: 10:30 - 12:30
Led by Nigel Pinhorn of Devon Nature Walks Foray for fungi
identification and ecology only. Meet at wood; Grid Ref SY 225935
Booking essential with Christina Bows on 01297 23822
Date: 20th October 2015
Devon's hedges shape and define our countryside. Rob Wolton's talk
will describe their history in the landscape, their importance for
wildlife and their evolving management in modern day life. A farm
walk will follow this talk on Saturday 24th October. Suggested