Find out about the secrets of Bystock, near Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 18:30 08 December 2017

A wood mouse. Picture: Sarah Butcher.

A wood mouse. Picture: Sarah Butcher.


'Secret Bystock' is the subject of the next talk for Devon Wildlife Trust, Exmouth Local Group.

Presented by Sarah Butcher – who is a volunteer with Devon Wildlife Trust, Vincent Wildlife Trust and Devon Bat Group – the talk takes place on Monday, December 11 at 7.30pm at Glenorchy Church Hall on Exmouth’s Exeter Road.

“If you walk on Bystock during the day there is always something beautiful to see, but there is also a secret Bystock that emerges after dark that few of us glimpse,” says a group spokesperson.

“Sarah Butcher leads walks and gives talks and describes herself as a Bystock enthusiast. She has caught on her trail camera some of the usually hidden mammals, moths, amphibians, reptiles and much more. So join us for an eye-opening night-time ramble on Bystock, after our annual general meeting.”

A suggested donation of £2.50 includes tea or coffee, and biscuits.

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