Aymestrey Branch Talk: The Changing Fortunes of Britain’s Carnivores

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Aymestrey Branch Talk: The Changing Fortunes of Britain’s Carnivores

Location: Aymestrey Village Hall, Aymestrey Village Hall, Aymestrey, Herefordshire, HR6 9SX
A talk from Lizzie Croose of the Vincent Wildlife Trust.

Event details

Date

Time
7:30pm - 9:00pm
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About the event

Over the last couple of hundred years the fortunes of Weasels, Badgers, Otters, Ferrets, Martens and Mink have changed greatly. This presentation will discuss changing population trends and the status of Britain’s carnivores, including Vincent Wildlife Trust’s conservation and research programmes on Pine Marten, Polecats, Weasels and Stoats.

Prior to the talk beginning, the branch will hold a short AGM.

Know before you go

Wheelchair access

The building is wheelchair accessible

Parking information

Car park at the hall

Facilities

Toilets
Accessible toilet