27th January 2012

Just a big thankyou to the "Wirral Barn Owl trust" for inviting me to do a talk at the Bebbington Civic Hall on " The Isle of Mull and its wildlife ". The talk took place last night (Thursday 26th Jan) and proved to be a most enjoyable experience. I over-ran slightly as the talk was booked to last 1 hour and I talked for 1 3/4 hours. Most people seemed to keep awake with the extension and I met some very nice people during the course of the meeting.

If any of the people that I met during the evening need any advice on their visit to the Isle of Mull I would be more than happy to respond if contacted on the website contact page.

The Wirral Barn trust has some very committed people who carry out vital work for the conservation of Barn Owls in the north west. www.wirralbarnowltrust.org .

Should anyone wish to book the talk on mull could you please use the contact page on the website and I can arrange dates to suit.

The talk has a brief introduction on Wildlife Photography and then talks about Mull's habitat and the species overview for the Island. Particular attention is then given to The Treshnish Isles, Deer, Seals, Otters and White tailed Eagles. There are approx 280 images in the talk and should last about 1 1/2 hours which can be tailored to suit.

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