A medley of slides by participants to remind us of the glorious summer of 2018, where we went, what we saw; followed by Debbie's seasonal quiz.
Soil scientist Rob Parkinson uncovers the secret world of soil and how its properties influence the Dartmoor landscape.
Rupert has paddled around the whole of SW England going up every creek as far as you can go at high tide, observing and photographing the fantastic marine life.
Andrew Cooper, an award winning wildlife film maker, author and broadcaster will be taking us through the trials and tribulations of making a wildlife documentary with buckets of Scilly humour.…
Learn about the life history, monitoring and tracking of the hazel dormice living in sheltered wooded valley on the edge of North Dartmoor. Speaker: Robin Hill.
Paul recently visited Botswana and recorded over 50 species of mammals including 16 carnivores and had close encounters of various kinds. Come and find out more.
A practical talk on creating a wildlife garden by Devon naturalist, author and illustrator John Walters. Join us to learn about creating your own wildlife haven.
The talk by Richard Fox of Butterfly Conservation is a basic introduction to moths, putting some of the common misconceptions to bed. He will also highlight their ecological importance and the…
Derek Gow will give us a stimulating talk about this controversial concept and how restoration will help to recreate a natural richness within our landscape.
"8 tough weeks in Mexico: Looking for effects of climate change with operation Wallacea" by Dr Eirene Williams
Eirene, a well known ecologist, spent 8 weeks camping in a Biosphere Reserve in the Mexican jungle with a group of experts and students conducting biodiversity surveys. Come and hear all about it…