Milton Keynes Library is hosting a superb exhibition of Milton Keynes and Bucks related wildlife throughout the summer school holidays.
‘Nature Detectives’ which runs until the end of August, has been organised by Mike Palmer of Bucks County Museum with help from MK Natural History Society and The Parks Trust. Many exhibits from the museum, including plants, birds of prey, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies and moths, have been loaned to the library and are complimented by outstanding photographs showing wildlife and landscapes around Milton Keynes. Some of the photographs have been taken by Society members such as Harry Appleyard and Chris Ward, and the eagle-eyed among you may spot our President in one or two images!
On Thursday 25th August, the exhibition space will host a Family Wildlife Fun Day with additional hands-on material from BBOWT, North Bucks Bat Group and other organisations. The exhibition can be found in the downstairs gallery at the library, on the left hand side as you enter the building. Next time you are up the city centre, please pop in to the exhibition and help to make it a success.
Article kindly provided by Martin Kincaid