The Vale of Belvoir Barn Owl Conservation Group

Hopefully of interest to all Lincsbirders members…
I’m going to be there so may be a good time for us all to meet up ?……
The Vale of Belvoir Barn Owl Conservation Group are presenting a conservation evening on Friday 12th December 2014.  Professor Ian Newton, OBE, FRS, Vice President of the RSPB and recent past Chairman of the BTO will be giving an illustrated talk on the Sparrowhawk. Three other expert speakers with illustrated talks on bat detectors, Lincolnshire and Vale of Belvoir peregrines and the ecological benefits of maintaining the Grantham canal. There will also be a number of conservation related information stands: East Midlands Butterfly Conservation, Grantham Canal Society, Leicestershire and Rutland Bat Group, Vale of Belvoir Barn Owl Conservation Group, Bumblebee conservation and the best garden plants for bees, supplementary winter farmland bird feeding and Muston Meadows National Nature Reserve.
Cost only £6. for full details email valebarnowls@hotmail.co.uk or telephone 01949 844319 or see www.valebarnowls.blogspot.co.uk 
Click the link below for the full evenings Itinerary

CE Dec 2014 final