Wildlife events

Two talks by the Bridgnorth branch of the Shropshire Wildlife Trust (SWT) are taking place at the town’s library. Vicky Nall of the British Dragonfly Society will talk on Monday 4 February at 7.30pm, while mammal ecologist Stuart Edmunds will talk about the recovering otter population in the county on Monday 4 March. Both events are £3 (£4 for non-members) – call 01952 727542 for details.

Meanwhile, the first Telford Wildlife Forum of the year will be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 22 January at Horsehay Village Hall TF4 2NF when Jonathan Groom, British Trust for Ornithology’s Shropshire representative, will describe his passion for wildlife and birding. Entrance is £2 for SWT members and £3 for non-members – call 01952 590820 for details.

Image courtesy of John Harding/BTO

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