In this talk Roger shows the wide range of butterflies, moths, dragonflies, damselflies, insects and invertebrates found in our woods, countryside, towns and gardens.
It is only when we look at the `world in miniature` that we realise just how fascinating the wide variety of natural history found in the British Isles is. It also looks at some of the wildflowers and fungi that a can be found growing on the woodland floor.
With this talk we hope to return to the Manor House Pavilion for a "live" gathering but should events with COVID-19 prevent this then we will once again deliver this talk via the magic of ZOOM.
If this talk is presented digitally via Zoom then ALGS Members will be sent an invite to book a ticket and then invitations will be to the ALLHS and LNT societies.