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Date
17.01.24
Start time
19:00
End time
22:00
Bod Erw Restaurant, The Roe, St Asaph LL17 0LA
North Wales branch

Discover the plight of the black grouse, an iconic species and focus of conservation efforts in North Wales


Hear from speaker Anya Wicikowski, conservation officer / swyddog cadwraeth for the RSPB, all about the black grouse. Classified in the UK as Red under the Birds of Conservation Concern 5: the Red List for Birds (2021), black grouse are found in various upland areas of North Wales but they face many problems, including loss of suitable habitat. Anya will describe the problems facing this iconic species, and describe remedial measures.

Venue

This event will take place at the Bod Erw restaurant, The Roe, St Asaph, (adjacent to Junction 27 on the A55). The restaurant has parking available, and is wheelchair accessible. All attendees will be offered a buffet dinner, paid for individually at £12.50 per person on the day (cash or card).

Cost and booking

This event is free to attend and open to all, please select whether you would like to be included in the buffet during booking. Spaces are limited and so advance registration is essential through the link at the top of the page. 

Contact

For event specific inquiries please contact John Solb√© at solbe.env@btopenworld.com 
For booking and website queries, contact Lucy Eckersley at regions@rsb.org.uk or on 020 3925 3445.