Nature Talks With Bob Buck

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Bob has spent much of his life in the countryside around his home in Pill, North Somerset.

From his earliest days wildlife and countryside have been a passion

In 1990 Bob started managing a small piece of roadside verge that has become the widely acclaimed 'St. Georges's Flower Bank Local Nature Reserve.'

He has volunteered at the RSPB's Ham Wall Reserve in Somerset since 1997.

He is happy to present illustrated talks on both subjects.


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"From roadside verge to Local Nature Reserve"

The story of a quarter of a century's work to create an important wildlife site preserving endangered habitat and plants

It all started with one patch of primroses.


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"Ham Wall Reserve - a volunteer's story"

How volunteers work to create a stunning reserve from abandoned peat diggings.

Hear about the Avalon Marshes where there are more Bitterns than anywhere in the UK, plus much more wildlife including Otters.