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From Screen to Green

Emperor Dragonfly.
Date and Time: 
Saturday 24 October, 2pm
Venue: 
The Cut, Halesworth
Tickets: 

£5

Details: 

Scott Guiver and Dan Bradbury will be describing their experience of wildlife in the heart of Halesworth, home of World Land Trust (WLT), in an illustrated lecture during the town’s annual arts festival in October.

Dan and Scott are members of WLT’s development team and keen wildlife watchers. Come lunch time, armed with cameras and binoculars, they swap their desks for the wide open spaces of Halesworth’s Millennium Green. Their carefully noted sightings over a period of more than a year have become an excellent wildlife record.

Halesworth’s Millennium Green is the largest single Millennium Green in the country. Covering 50 acres along the banks of the River Blyth, the green is a haven for wildlife and a beautiful, tranquil place for walking and wildlife watching.

In their illustrated talk at The Cut on Saturday 4 October, Dan and Scott will share stories and sightings of birds, insects and small mammals. They will explain why Millennium Green is important to them and to the town.

Following the talk, Scott and Dan will lead a guided walk around Millennium Green (3.15-4pm).

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