About the Trust
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Wednesday 18th - 10am Practical Conservation Work on the Lennon Legacy Project
Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th - Barn Owl Ecology Surveys and Signs. Our popular training course designed for ecologists and those involved in the planning system. Places are limited. For more information on the courses and how to book a place, take a look at our Training Courses page.
Wednesday 11th - 10am Practical Conservation Work on the Lennon Legacy Project
Wednesday 29th - 2:30pm Wild Flower Walk. Join us for a walk around the Lennon Legacy Project land to see the spring flowers. The walk will be followed by refreshments. We request a minimum donation per person of £8 (Friends of BOT £5) towards costs. Please contact the office to book.
Friday 15th - 4:30am Dawn Chorus Walk and Breakfast. Get up early and join our Conservation Officer for an opportunity to hear our feathered friends singing their hearts out and identify the birds by their different songs. The walk will be followed by a continental breakfast. We request a minimum donation per person of £10 (Friends of BOT £8) towards costs. Places are limited; please contact the office to book.
The Barn Owl Trust offers a variety of talk and slideshow presentations:
The follow up talk: 'The Lennon Legacy Project' is about how the Trust acquired 26 acres of intensively grazed sheep pasture and transformed it into 'Barn Owl Heaven'. It describes how carefully managing the land has benefited Barn Owls and all sorts of other wildlife.
Given by our Head of Conservation, David Ramsden, both talks generally last between 45 minutes and an hour. David is available to answer any questions afterwards.
More about Lennon Legacy Project Events.
We also give a talk entitled 'The Wings of Change' to schools and young people's organisations.
To book a talk for your group or organisation please call us on 01364 653026.