Lockdown: Our Opportunity to Explore the Wildlife of Devon and a Bit Beyond

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Roger and Liz

Lockdown: Our Opportunity to Explore the Wildlife of Devon and a Bit Beyond

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Following a short Annual Meeting, Roger and Liz will give an illustrated talk on how lockdown gave them a chance to explore more of Devon.

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7:30pm - 10:00pm

About the event

This talk demonstrates that amazing wildlife can be found locally, and a little further afield. In it, Roger and Liz will take a pictorial look at the sites and natural history that they were able to find within the constraints of the Government rules, including unusual and exotic birds (as well as more common ones), 'extinct' and rare Devon flora and a host of interesting insects.

Liz and Roger are both wildlife enthusiasts and have a wide range of interests, from birds and plants to butterflies and dragonflies (and much more in between). They have been members of the Devon Wildlife Trust for 32 years and monitor birds and butterflies at Bystock Pools reserve (DWT) and Withycombe Raleigh Common (RSPB). They are also members of Butterfly Conservation and the British Dragonfly Society.

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