FRSG Public Meeting (followed by AGM)

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 27 Oct 2016
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
National Trust's Castle Coole Estate


We’ll have our stall out with feeders, display and leaflets for people to take home. We will also have a small number of free native trees to give away to plant into hedgerows or in gardens to help provide essential winter food for red squirrels. Between us, we have lots of knowledge and experience to share on how to protect our red squirrels and love to hear of new sightings (and to advise you how to record the sighting!). So if you want to learn more about red squirrel conservation, then this is the place to come!

Our main speaker this year is one of the Red Squirrels Officers, Michael Stinson, appointed by the Ulster Wildlife through the Red Squirrels United Project. Michael is going to give a talk on the 3 year project and there will be opportunities for people to get involved. This is a fantastic opportunity to really boost our activity and knowledge of reds in the county and beyond so do come along!

If you’re a paid-up member of the group, you are also invited to attend our AGM and again, we’d love to see a good attendance.

The meeting is being kindly hosted by the National Trust at their Castle Coole property and will be held in the Tearoom. Everyone is welcome.

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