There’s a Tapir at the Door!
Meeting pointThe Baptist Church entrance is set back off the High Street, opposite the Coventry Building Society and close to the Queens Charlton turn off. Free parking in Ashton Way car park
About the event
Gary’s talk follows his 6 month cycling and packrafting
trip in Peru, and he will show us the vast array
of wildlife that can be encountered in the most
biodiverse place on the planet. Manu National Park
covers two million hectares of unspoilt rainforest,
and he will feature mammals, birds, reptiles, insects
and particularly butterflies he saw on his travels,
together with the various indigenous communities
and the stunning scenery to be seen there.
Please note the date, the talk is held a week later than
our normal 2nd Friday of the month due to Easter!
Sales of bird food, seasonal items, second hand books and greetings cards
Refreshments available during the break (donation requested for AWT)