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Recording Now Newsletter – Issue 2 – out now

The latest edition of ‘Recording Now’ the species recording newsletter from the IWLRC / iWatch Wildlife is available now. Find out more about new discoveries, recording stories, news and upcoming events here on the Island.
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Wednesday February 14th

Meet at Helen’s at 10am for meeting to look at Lidar and discuss plans for the coming months. For directions, contact Helen
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Change to Archaeology Talk

The talk on Saturday Feb 17th will be about The Vikings in Greenland and America.
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Wednesday February 7th

Walk on the beach at Yaverland to look for dinosaue footprints. Meet at 10am at Yaverland car park – the far end near the Sailing Club.
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Wednesday January 31st

Continuing work at Arreton Shipwreck Museum. Arrangements as before.
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Looking at the Countryside Surprise Winter Walk Tuesday 16 January – Leader Jill Green

13 people met at Winford.  The start time was made to fit in with the hourly bus and some members did use this service.  The weather forecast was bad, we had lots of really heavy rain recently so all expected proper mud.
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Wednesday January 24th

Continuing cataloguing at the Shipwreck Museum.  Details as before. Please note that, due to maintenance work this week, there may be paint smells and dust in the air.  If these are likely to cause problems you may wish to keep away this week.
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Bird Walk at Shalfleet Quay 13th January 2018

11 People attended the above meeting on a bright but windy and cold day.  After walking down to the little bridge where a Gadwall and Goldcrest were seen amongst other birds we continued down towards Shalfleet Quay.  In one of the fields not far from the car park many winter thrushes
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Recorders’ Conference 2018

The Recorders’ Conference is on Saturday 3rd February 2 – 4.30pm in the Arreton Community Centre, Main Rd Arreton Parking is available next to the hall; if this area is full, there is overflow parking available at the primary school opposite.  This year we have a range of shorter talk
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