Recording Nature – the work of the Environmental Records Centre

Sue Scott, part of the ERCCIS team, will talk about her experience over the years of recording and working on the Wildlife Information Service, from exciting new records of dormice to more unlikely sightings of horseshoe crabs, penguins and big cats!
Cost: £2. Group members & children free.
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Gweek Village Hall, opposite the National Seal Sanctuary, TR12 6UG
OS Ref: SW 709 266
Contact: Abby 07917 765581 or David 01326 340686

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