Birds of Dulwich talk

Birds of Dulwich talk

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 13th Mar 2018

A talk about the wild birds of Dulwich

Learn about the array of bird species living wild in Dulwich.

Join London Wildlife Trust's Conservation Officer Daniel Greenwood for an illustrative talk about the birds that live in Dulwich.

The talk will look at all the key habitats that sustain wild birds in Dulwich, including Dulwich Park and the Dulwich woods.

This is a free event in partnership with Southwark Council at Dulwich Library

Cost: Free of Charge


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Europe/London Birds of Dulwich talk Join London Wildlife Trust's Conservation Officer Daniel Greenwood for an illustrative talk about the birds that live in Dulwich. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/03/13/birds-of-dulwich-talk-160894 Dulwich Library,Dulwich Library,368 Lordship Lane,London

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Location

Dulwich Library,

Dulwich Library,
368 Lordship Lane,
London,
SE22 8NB

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