Toad Patrollers and anyone interested in our native toads are all invited to attend this FREE event in central Bath. It is an opportunity to get together, share ideas and learn more about how best to conserve toads.
When? Sat 26th January 2019, 2:30-5:00pm
Where? Meeting House, York Street, Bath, BA1 1NG
Toad Patrols do an excellent job conserving our toads and keep finding new ways of doing it better. The aim of this event is to give local Toad Patrols an opportunity to share ideas and best practice. The afternoon will include a talk from Angela Julian, Coordinator of ARG-UK, talks from local Toad Patrols and plenty of time for discussion. We are aiming to cover: toad ecology, what toads are doing when they aren’t crossing the road, helping toads out of drains, recruiting and managing volunteers, signage, road closures, social media, equipment and funding.
This event is for Toad Patrollers and anyone interested in our native toads in Bath, North-East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Tea and coffee will be provided.
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