Calendar

Check the calendar for all events, talks, meetings.  

Want to get involved in local citizen science? Here's your chance to help with ecological monitoring and surveying throughout Bedfordshire. Have a look through the calendar and contact the leader of the event to let them know to expect you, and for any queries. 

Please wear sensible clothing for outdoor activities (warm, flexible, ok to get muddy, safe footwear).

Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult at all times, please check with event leaders if the event is suitable for children beforehand.  

Coming Up in 2020 
Group events: 
 
Check back for 2020 Calendar updates... 
 
Maulden Wood Dormouse Checks 2020 season: TBC
 May 
 June
 July 
 August
 September
 October
Please contact Ann for details and to confirm attendance: 
mammal-group-secretary@bnhs.org.uk
 
Studham Common Dormouse Checks 2020 season: TBC
 May 
 June
 July 
 August
 September
 October
Please contact Dominique for details and to confirm attendance: 
bedsmammalgroup@gmail.com
 
If you'd like us to show an event on the website contact us through the contact page, or if you'd like to suggest we run an event please email us and where possible, we'll try to organise it! :) 

Other Events around Bedfordshire:

The Wildlife Trusts give a number of talks on a wide range of British and worldwide wildlfie issues. To see their full calendar click this link to their website. Here are a few highlights: 

Wed 26th Feb - An Introduction to Dragonflies and Damselflies

Join local expert John Curd for an illustrated presentation on the diversity and life cycle of these fascinating insects. John’s self-professed obsession of these creatures has taken him around the world snapping pictures so we are in for a real treat!

Dunstable Fire Station, LU6 1AA.

7:30pm. £5

Wed 18th March - Birds of Paradise and The Big Sing-Sing

Join local wildlife enthusiast Dr. Wilf Powell for what is sure to be an exciting evening of colour as he shares images and tales from his recent trip to Papua New Guinea to experience its wildlife and culture.

Dunstable Fire Station, LU6 1AA.

7:30pm £5

 

Wed 27th March – Jewels of the Air 

An illustrated talk by Dr Wilf Powell showing the diversity of the colourful hummingbirds, which include the smallest bird in the world, and describe some aspects of their fascinating behaviour.

Dunstable Fire Station, LU6 1AA. 

7.30pm £5

To book contact Sarah Cowling

Contact number: 01525 874317

Contact email: Toddington@wildlifebcn.org

Sarah.Cowling@wildlifebcn.org

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