Devon’s Wildlife, Shore to Moor (Tavistock Branch)
Fri. 10 December 2021 at 7:30 pm
John Walters will give a talk entitled “Shore to Moor, an overall view on wildlife as seen by a wildlife photographer and ecology consultant”.
The talk will use photographs and field sketches to explore the wildlife of Devon from the rock pools on the coast to the high moorland including cuckoos and their meadow pipit foster parents, dancing adders, long-tailed tits and the worlds largest slug!
John Walters is a life long naturalist who explores the natural world through field sketching, photography and video. He grew up on Hayling Island in Hampshire and has lived on Dartmoor since 1990. He works as an ecologist, artist and public speaker and is based in Buckfastleigh. He has published several books and guides including The Wildlife of Dartmoor and has appeared in many television and radio programmes. Website: www.johnwalters.co.uk Twitter: @jwentomologist
Photo of John Walters (c) Charlie Elder.
Please note that whilst it is hoped that the Branch will be in a position to resume meeting in the Tavistock Parish Centre, this will clearly be dependent upon governmental guidance and it may be that our meetings will continue to take place using the Zoom application.