Mediterranean Migration Flyway
Tuesday 11 December 19:30 - 21:30
James Packer outlines the dramatic story of the instinctive urge of billions of birds to migrate twice a year, travelling thousands of kilometres to breed in Eurasia and then return to winter in Africa: a journey that pushes them to their limit. Favourable weather conditions and adequate food and stopover sites are crucial, but there are many obstacles on the way. Learn more about some of nature's most remarkable journeys during this talk.
Where: St. George's Catholic School, The Mount, Taunton, TA1 3NR.
Booking/Contact information: Booking not required. Contact Simon Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01823 270529 for more information.
Cost: Members £2.50 / Non-members £3