We’re pleased to announce the first of our autumn/winter events for 2010.
7pm, Tuesday October 26th
Dr. Paul Chanin, an internationally known mammal ecologist with extensive experience in consultancy, surveys, training and research, will be talking about new surveying methods for old favourites – dormice and otters and two rarer species – pine martens and red squirrels.
Free for DMG members, £3 for non-members. This will be at our usual venue, the Ley Arms in Kenn.
7pm, Tuesday November 23rd
Dr. Fiona Mathews, Lecturer in Mammalian Biology at the University of Exeter will be giving a talk on “Bats and Windfarms”. Following on from the success of Hugh Warwick’s Hedgehog talk at this year’s AGM we are hoping to hold this event in central Exeter. The venue hasn’t been confirmed yet, so please check back closer to the time for more information.
We’re currently planning more events for the following months, so watch this space!