Got the Bug?

Butterfly conservation expert Malcolm Bridge - who gave a splendid talk to Society members last year - repeats his excellent Butterfly Walk at South Norwood Country Park, on Sunday July 4th. Meet in the Elmer's End station car park at 10.30am

London Wildlife Trust are running a training course, spread over four Saturdays in July for invertebrate enthusiasts (that's insects, bugs, snails, worms and beetles and anything else without a backbone, for the uninitiated). It's aimed at species identification at "intermediate" level, so requires some previous knowledge of the subject. Venue - The Horniman Museum. Places are strictly limited. Contact Ian Holt (tel 020 8699 5698, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

LWT are also holding another of their popular BAT AND MOTH early evening walks in Sydenham Hill Woods on Saturday 14 August. Meet at the Crescent Wood Road entrance just before dusk.

Dulwich Society Annual Wildlife Talk - Where have all our House Sparrows gone? - to be given by Rob Robinson of the British Trust for Ornithology at the St Barnabas Centre, Calton Avenue, SE 21 at 8pm on Wednesday 23 June. Admission free. Coffees and Teas served, all welcome. There will be a discussion about local bird residents and visitors. Booklets and information on all our garden birds plus nesting boxes to buy/view will be available.

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