Yes, winter is on its way and our Ghost Walkers will soon be out haunting the paths, byways, tracks and rides of the Forest area. Sadly, we have had to cancel our planned Winter walks programme, which was due to start on 1 October, but in the coming months a number of our leaders will be out walking the routes in their own time and we will be publishing their ‘ghost’ reports and photos on this site as usual. We hope these reports will give you an idea of what to look out for and what you might see on your own walks.
The Lym Nats talks programme got off to a great start with a very successful Zoom enabled talk from a wild and windy Anglesey. Many of our members were surprised to discover they were already familiar with the work of wildlife artist CF Tunnicliffe through such media as childhood Ladybird books and editions of ‘Tarka the Otter’ as well as through collecting Brooke Bond tea cards and we were fascinated to hear more details of his life and career. We were also treated to a wonderful photographic tour around the landscapes of Anglesey as well as getting an erudite and well-illustrated introduction to the wildlife and the flora of the island. Our thanks go to our speaker, Paul Rogers.
Reminder - The first talk of the Lym Nats winter programme is at 7.15 pm on 22 September, via Zoom.
Paul Rogers will look at the wildlife of Anglesey through the eyes of Charles Tunnicliffe, the internationally renowned painter.
Invitations have been sent out to members via email or by post