Meetings involve a talk and a presentation by an expert in a particular area. All meetings take place in the United Reformed Church building in Spittal.
Talks always begin at 7.30pm.
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For members, cost per meeting is £2.
Non-members are welcome and the cost is £3.
There are also Walks, led by a specialist in plants, insects and the local areas.
Saturday 4th January, 2020. 10.00am
Riverside Walk to Chateau Pedro and return –
led by Malcolm Hutcheson.
Meeting at Tintagel House (by Berwick Old Bridge), a short wildlife walk looking for first flowering plants of the year and noting any other bird or mammal activity in early January.
PLEASE NOTE: this is subject to weather – check the website for updates. Alternative date would be Saturday 11th January.
Wednesday 22nd. January, 2020. 7.30pm
An Update on the Berwickshire Marine Reserve
– with Dr. Jay Butler.
Following Mario Roy’s fascinating talk last January, we will see the progress made in 2019 by this unique Marine Reserve.
Saturday 8th February, 2020. 10am
A Winter Birdwatch Walk – led by Malcolm Hutcheson.
Meeting at Tintagel House (by Berwick old Bridge), an estuary walk looking for winter birds.
PLEASE NOTE: this is subject to weather – check the website for updates. Alternative dates would be Saturday 22nd February or Saturday 7th March.
Wednesday 19th. February, 2020. 7.30pm
The Tweed Valley Osprey Project
– with Tony Lightley.
Tony, from Forestry and Land Scotland, gives us an update on this project, from the first nest platforms in the 1990s to the nest cams of today.
Wednesday 18th. March, 2020. 7.30pm
Bumblebees in Northumberland
– with Shaun Hackett.
Shaun, from the Northumberland National Park, takes us into the world of bumblebees. They are some of our most important pollinators and are his passion outside the day job.