Falkirk

What we do

We aim to update you on what is going on in your area, inform you on wildlife topics or particular species through our walks and talks programme and give you the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills through our various workshops and events.

How to get involved

Volunteers can help out with:

Hospitality at meetings and talks
Practical conservation work on our reserves
Collecting money for the Trust at events
Manning stalls at reserve open days etc.
Help out with our children's Wildlife Watch groups

Group information

Contacts

Jim Hopwood (Chair)

Alan McGregor (Secretary)

Muriel Clark (Treasurer)

Telephone
01324 229187
Email
Email Falkirk

GROUP MEETINGS

Where and when?

Where we meet

The third Tuesday between September and April at 19:30 in either the main hall or Archway room of Trinity Church, just off High Street in the town centre. Limited parking space.

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GROUP NEWS

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Dragonflies of Scotland - An Illustrated Talk

Daniele Muir, Scottish Conservation Officer for the British Dragonfly Society, will be joining us to discuss the Dragonflies of Scotland. Her talk will take a close look at the various local initiatives aimed at increasing interest in and action for dragonflies in Scotland.

Suggested donation: £2.50 for Scottish Wildlife Trust members; £3.50 for non-members; free entry for students

For more information please contact Alan, group secretary, on 01324 636470.

Gardening for Wildlife

Suzanne Burgess, Scotland Manager for Buglife Scotland, will give us an illustrated presentation on ‘Gardening for Wildlife’. Suzanne’s illustrated presentation will suggest various ideas which can make even the smallest garden more of a haven for wildlife.

Suggested donation: £2.50 for Scottish Wildlife Trust members; £3.50 for non-members; free entry for students

For more information please contact Alan, group secretary, on 01324 636470.

FURTHER READING

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