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Friday, 11 June 2021

Butterfly talk at Hemblington Church

Tomorrow (Saturday, June 12th) I'll be at the Church giving an illustrated talk  on the Butterflies of Norfolk. This will be the climax (!) of the week-long Nature Week at Hemblington. It's totally free and will form part of a survey and 'nature ramble' session. Here's an extract from the EDP:

On Saturday,12th June, as part of the national “Love your burial ground week”, Hemblington Friends will be celebrating the abundant wild flora and fauna to be found in and around our churchyard. We would welcome your help on Saturday morning (10 am – noon), when we will be surveying and recording all the wildlife we see. Assistance will be on hand with identification. The results will be sent to the “Caring for God’s Acre” and “Churches Count on Nature” teams.
And at 12:30 pm local author and naturalist David Bryant will give a free illustrated talk in church on “The Butterflies of Norfolk”.Each day there will also be displays of wildlife seen in the churchyard over the last few years, together with information from BADCOG showing “conservation management in action” locally. Do visit!

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