Welcome to our new program of talks and walks for 2020.
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We hope you will agree that the council have managed to put together a range of diverse natural history topics
with emphasis on local ecology and broader environmental issues.
Overall the program aims to enlighten us all and our guests.
We rounded off 2019 with the successful social on the 10th December.
The newly elected chair Mick Harrop made everyone most welcome and presented Christine Eves with a gift on behalf of the council and members for her contribution as treasurer over the last 7 years.
Christine is passing on this role to Michael Brook.
A special thanks goes to Sarah Flood for organising a challenging but entertaining quiz.
Thanks to all who contributed to the food and nibbles for the evening.
Reminders below of the first events of 2020.
In February the talk by Alastair Fitter concerns the threat to the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s first conservation site by developers near York. We hope that by the time the talk is given the site will have been saved! Please see the Calderdale Wildlife blog for many more details.
Walk 10:30 to Dusk Wednesday 1st January
New Year’s Day bird count. Meet SB at Clay House, West Vale.
A walk through North Dean Woods and around
Norland Moor. HX4 8AN. Approx. 7 miles.
Walk 10.30 to 14.30 Saturday 11th January
Ten common Woodland Mosses.
Meet PS at Stansfield Mill Lane, Triangle. HX6 3JX. Approx. 4 miles.
Talk Tuesday 14 January
Adrian Horton and Rosie Holdsworth
Slow the Flow in Calderdale.
Talk Tuesday 11 February
Askham Bog: Yorkshire’s Biodiversity Hotspot.
Reminder to all please that the annual membership fees are now due!
Finally we look forward to seeing you all in the New Year and wish you all seasonal greetings and a happy peaceful Christmas.
Laurence Sutton – Membership secretary – 07880 721330