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May 2020

Monitoring Swifts in and around Bury St Edmunds – Simon Evans

May 27 @ 19:00 - 20:30

Local ornithologist Simon Evans will talk about his work with Swifts including the St John's Church tower project, which now boast 60 nesting boxes. This is a Bury St Edmunds Swift Group talk, which follows Edward Jackson's talk for BWMG on 24th April. All welcome. To register, click here and joining instructions will be sent to you. Photo: Simon Evans by Nick Upton, with permission

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Talk by Sarah Gull: The first 6 months on Bury Water Meadows

May 29 @ 19:00 - 20:00

Sarah and Stephen Gull took over 15acres of the water meadows South of Cullum Road last September. Find out how they have been getting on! This is an interdisciplinary talk- historians, biologists, snake-lovers and relatives all welcome. To register for this talk click here and joining instructions will be sent to you

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September 2020

Talk by Kevin Sawford: An East Anglian wildlife photographer’s year

September 29 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Quaker Meeting House, St John's St
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1SJ United Kingdom
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Kevin Sawfor  is a multi-award winning wildlife photographer who runs the Suffolk Wildlife Trust's varied range of photography workshops. Immerse yourself in his sumptuous images! £2 non-members (members free)

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November 2020

Talk by Will Cranstoun: Landscape scale nature conservation – the question of wilding vs prescriptive management

November 10 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Quaker Meeting House, St John's St
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1SJ United Kingdom
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In Will Cranstoun's job as Western Reserves Manager for Suffolk Wildlife Trust he oversees an ever-growing number of SWT reserves so he's a busy man! He will be talking about the hot topic of rewilding. £2 non-members (members free)

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December 2020

Talk by Russell Savory: Beavers – nature’s engineers POSTPONED – new date tba

December 31 @ 00:00 - 00:30

Spains Hall beaver, photo by Russell Savory Russell is a distinguished wildlife photographer whose videos often appear on BBC's Countryfile and other programmes. He is the photographer for the Natural Flood Management Project at Spains Hall in Essex and has become an authority on the beaver, a once-common water mammal. The first beavers to return to Essex for over 400 years now live on the Spains Hall Estate. Their home is a 4 hectare (9.8 acre) woodland, surrounded by a…

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