Last year, Brian Clews gave a fascinating and well-attended talk about the wildlife of the Jubilee River. We’re delighted that he’s agreed to return this year to lead a special wildlife walk for DVS members at Datchet Golf Course.
Brian’s main interest is birds – he has written many books for the RSPB – but his expertise extends to insects and wildlife generally, and he has contributed to dozens of Berkshire wildlife guides. More recently, he has been very supportive of the new community group, Wild About Datchet, and their local wildlife surveys.
The DVS aims to stimulate interest in local geography, history and natural history and we’re aware that we have somewhat neglected the latter. We hope to put that right by introducing more natural history walks and talks into our programme of events.
WHEN Sunday 15 September 2019, 11am
WHERE: Meet at the main entrance to Datchet Golf Course.
COST: Free to members though spaces are limited. We are invited to visit the club house afterwards for drinks (not included).
TO BOOK: Please email Marjorie.Clasper(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)tiscali.co.uk or call 01753 545110.