Annual Field Trip 2013 - North Wales

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Organiser: John Good and Tony Ramsay

Annual Field Trip 2013 - North Wales

South Stack

22nd -23rd June 2013

Organised by: John Good and Tony Ramsay

On Saturday the group will explore the dramatic coastline of Anglesey. Visiting sites such as South Stack, Parys Mountain, Newborough Warren and Llandwyn Island, the trip will focus on the flora and fauna of these areas. From maritime dwarf shrub heath and cough to metal tolerant plants and red squirrels, the group will experience the rich wildlife of Anglesey. On Sunday the group will visit Great Orme in Llandudno and Cwm Idwal in Capel Curig. Here, the group will hope to spot some rarities and noted species such as the Silver-studed blue and local race of Grayling butterflies. Throughout the trip, opportunities will be taken to visit and discuss the rich ancient and modern archaeological legacy of the area.

Click here to view a more detailed itinerary for this Filed Trip. Please note that this itinerary is just a draft and some minor details may change. Those registered for the Filed Trip will receive a final itinerary before the excursion.

This meeting is for Fellows only; registration is essential and spaces are strictly limited to 30 people.

Click here to download a registration form or call the office on 0207 434 4479 (please have a debit or credit card ready in order to secure you place.

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