Want to know more about Chasewater?

Chasewater is a fantastic place, with a huge biodiversity and complex, engaging history. Why not learn from the man who knows more than just about anyone else?

I note from the news page of the excellent Chasewater Wildlife Group that this evening, Tuesday, 14th February 2011 at 7:00pm, Graham Evans will be giving a talk, ’The Natural History of Chasewater’ to Norton Canes Historical Society at Norton Canes Library.

This wonderful naturalist, expert birder and writer of the wonderful series of History of Chasewater documents (available for free download from Chasewater Wildlife Group’s homepage) knows more about the wonderful reservoir and surrounds than anyone I know. Whether it’s history, wildlife, birds or botany, Graham is knowledgeable and eager to chat.

The talk is open to everyone, If you love Chasewater, please do attend. Graham and his fellow enthusiasts spend hours observing, recording and documenting the natural life of our park. The chance to listen to and chat with him should not be missed.

Graham had this to say on CWG’s news page:

The Natural History of Chasewater by Graham Evans

I will be giving an illustrated talk to the Norton Canes Local History Society on Tuesday 14th February at Norton Canes Library from 7:00pm. Everyone is welcome to come along and share in the learning about the social and natural history of our special place. A great Valentines Day night out!

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