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At the meeting of the Haddenham Horticultural Society on Wednesday 26th February, Peter and Margaret Grimsey of the North Bucks Bat Group will be giving an illustrated talk, including video clips, entitled "Focus on Bats: looking at the range of UK resident species and investigating their fascinating biology".

The talk will be held in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall, starting at 8.00 p.m., and is open to non-members as well as HHS members. Admission is free, but voluntary contributions towards the room hire costs, etc. are welcomed.

It is hoped to follow up the talk with one of the Group's escorted "bat viewing walks" later in the year.

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