Cape Wrath — the Brink of Conservation
Somerset Wildlife Trust www.somersetwildlife.org
Tue 12th Feb 2019 7.30-9pm
The Parish Rooms, Market Place, Somerton, TA11 7NB
Cost: £3.00 SWT members, £4.00 non-members
Tea/coffee and biscuits served after the talk
For more information email email@example.com or call 07973 534282
Roger Dickey has been conducting seabird studies at Cape Wrath, the most north-westerly and wildest part of the UK mainland, for over 10 years now, working on behalf of the MOD. Cape Wrath is home to huge numbers of seabirds from auks to skuas, and terns to divers.
Roger's talk provides a fascinating glimpse into the wildlife and natural beauty of a region on the edge of Britain's most desolate and inhospitable coastline
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