Dragonflies: The Birdwatcher’s Insect - A specialist nature talk

13 September 2012 19:00


19:00 – 20:30

Join us for the first of our specialist nature talks in association with the London Natural History Society’s London Bird Club.

London Natural History Society’s London Bird Club logoLike dazzling, prehistoric hummingbirds, dragonflies often catch the keen birder’s eye, particularly during the mid-summer period when they are most active and bird watching is quiet. Binoculars are handy in identifying them and much of their behaviour can readily be observed - just what is needed to keep us happy when birding is slow!

Essex sector bird recorder for the LNHS and Hertfordshire dragonfly recorder for the HNHS and British Dragonfly Society, Roy Woodward, will guide us through the delights of discovering these colourful and captivating insects.

A great evening for bird lovers, insect lovers and general nature lovers alike. Talks are open to everyone so drop in on Thursday 13th September at 19:00 to learn more. 

Don’t be late to ensure you can enjoy – first come first served.

Directions to the Isis Education Centre.

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