Learn about Berry Head’s wildlife at talk in Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 18:30 10 February 2018

Berry Head. Picture: TempyIncursion; Wikimedia Commons.

Berry Head. Picture: TempyIncursion; Wikimedia Commons.


The Exmouth Local Group of the Devon Wildlife Trust is holding its latest talk on Monday, February 12, at 7.30pm, at Glenorchy Church Hall, Exeter Road.

You’ll be able to find out about the fantastic wildlife that can be seen at Berry Head – the stunning coastal headland with 400 million years of history, at the southern end of Torbay, south east of Brixham,

The talk will be given by Mike Langman, a full-time bird illustrator, who will give a potted history of the wildlife he’s observed at Berry Head during the past 40 years.

Mike worked for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) for nearly 10 years after he left art college in 1983. His bird illustrations can be seen at many RSPB reserves, and his paintings are used as identification cards as well as on the RSPB website.

Admission to the talk is £3. It includes tea/coffee and biscuits.

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