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Details of Field Trips are below. Please contact the leader in each case to confirm your attendance, so that we know approximately how many to expect and so we can contact you in the event of call off / a change in arrangements.
Please wear boots with ankle support, bring appropriate warm clothing, and enough food and drink to sustain you for a few hours. We do not charge for the trips, but car parking may incur a fee.
Cwm Cadlan and Garwnant: Saturday 28 March 2020
Leader: Eddie Hunter (07935 212290)
A good site to see goshawk, red kite, lesser redpoll, siskin, crossbill, and if we are lucky, a great grey shrike.
Meet at Garwnant carpark (£2.00 a car) at 09:00. There is a café and toilets at the car park. Ordnance Survey Grid Reference SO00316 13115. Post Code CF48 2HU. Map and directions HERE
Penllergaer Woods: Saturday 4 April 2020
Leader: Rob Taylor
Meet at the car park just after 09:00 so we can head off at 09:30. There is a £2 parking charge. The ground is currently muddy in places.
We will aim to see early spring migrants (chiffchaff, blackcap, willow warbler) and look for bonus species (goshawk and dipper were noted on this walk last year).
The site is less than 5 minutes from Junction 47 of the M4 and is signposted from the roundabout and A48. The main entrance is just off the A48 eastbound from J47. The post code of the site is SA49GS – albeit older Sat Navs may no recognise this (SA4 9GJ will get you there).
Contact: email@example.com with any queries ahead of the event.
Pant y Sais Fen: Friday 24 April 2020 (18:30)
Leader: Bob Tallack
Oxwich Marsh bird ringing: Saturday 25 April 2020
Leader: Owain Gabb
Upper and Lower Lliw Reservoirs: Saturday 30 May 2020.
Leader: Bob Tallack
Woodcock: an illustrated talk by Owen Williams
Friday 27 March 2020
The Natural History of China: Hugh Lansdown
Friday 25 September 2020
Forty years of ‘dippering’ in South Wales: Steph Tyler
Steph will provide an overview of dipper ecology, factors affecting population and future prospects for the species.
Friday 23 October 2020
All indoor meetings are held at Environment Centre, Pier St, Swansea. SA1 1RY. They start at 19:15 unless otherwise advertised. £1 on the door to cover the Room Hire.