Tues 5th at 7:30 p.m. GBC committee member and local BTO rep Wayne Morris is giving a Zoom presentation on the ongoing Willing for Willow Tits project. Most members have been advised via the email news group but if you’re not on that, contact John Wilson for the login details – johndw1948 at gmail dot com.
On Thursday 7th Oct we have a local field trip to Cwm Nash hoping to see some migrants, and maybe even Chough if we’re lucky. If we have time we’ll maybe move east slightly to Nash Point where there may be a small parking charge if it’s still manned. Cwm Nash itself slopes down to the sea and there’s a concrete stile to negotiate, and if we venture at the seaward end of Cwm Nash up to the clifftop fields to the west, there will be a steep slope to negotiate – the fields are always worth a look. Meet in the car parking field at the end of the lane past the Plough & Harrow pub at Monknash [see maps below] at 9 a.m. or thereabouts. As always please let me know if you plan to come and please read the terms & conditions on the Website page https://glamorganbirds.org.uk/gbc-events/. As usual there is a voluntary green offset contribution to our climate emergency fund of £1 per head. If it’s wet, walking boots are recommended.
PS click each map to get a bigger one, then you shd be able to click and ‘Save as’, or take a screen shot.