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The Wildlife of Devon from Shore to Moor

Friday 23 February 19:30
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John Walters ecologist, wildlife illustrator and film-maker will present an exploration of the wonderful variety of wildlife in Devon. The south coast's tompot blennies, pipefish and squat lobsters of the rockpools. Amazing display of the male rufous grasshopper and snail shell nesting bees on the undercliff. Dippers, goosanders and mandarin ducks in the river valleys. Heaths and moors include potter wasps moulding nests from mud, the world's largest slug with its bizarre mating habits. Cuckoos duping meadow pipits to raise their young.

Tea & coffee available

Where
Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster TA19 0DG. Parking at roadside of town car-parks. 

Contact/Booking Information
Enquiries 01460 234551 

Cost
No charge for children. Adult members £2.50, non-members £3

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