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September 2014

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Long-tailed tit perched on branch

First Members Talk of the New Season -- 'A year on my Local Patch' -- Simon Ginnaw -- Replaces previously advertised talk

Once a country estate owned by knights and by Royalty, Mote Park was one of Kent's first deer parks, and is now a leisure facility open to all. Simon Ginnaw has known and loved Mote Park since early childhood, recording over 140 bird species, 23 butterflies, 8 bats and much more! Enjoy a heart-warming look at the seasons as he recalls a year on his local patch.
Simon is a skilled photographer and the multimedia presentation involves birdsong and appropriate music.