The Peregrine Falcons of Gloucestershire, talk at Stroud on 5th September

The Peregrine Falcons of Gloucestershire
By Steve Watson
Friday 5th September
7.30pm – approx 9.30pm
Cost: £5/adult & £3/child

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We are very lucky to have Peregrine falcons living close by in the wilds of Symonds Yat over in the Forest of Dean. Few of us may have been lucky enough to see, in real life, one of the fastest animals on the planet.  On 5th September Stroud Valley’s Project is offering you the chance to see this illustrated talk.  ‘The Peregrine Falcons of Gloucestershire’ is a fascinating presentation by Steve Watson, who has been studying the Symonds Yat peregrines for 30 years.

This talk will cover the biology, ecology, hunting strategies, UK population dynamics and the pesticide story of the peerless peregrine falcon. Steve will also discuss the Symonds Yat breeding performance and convey some personal anecdotes. The talk will include high quality photographs and video clips.

We hope you will be able to join us for this unique and interesting evening. Refreshments will be available.

Friday 5th September 7.30pm – approx 9.30pm Stroud                                                                                                                                                        

Cost: £5/adult & £3/childBooking and paying in advance is essential as places are limited.

Please call Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358 to book or find out more.

Julie Wickham
Marketing and Fundraising Manager
Stroud Valleys Project
8 Threadneedle Street
Tel. 01453 753358

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