Welcome to Mid Devon Wildlife
Aims and Objectives of Mid Devon Wildlife
"The objects of the Society shall be to encourage interest in natural history; to study natural history in its environment; to protect species of wild life and the environment; to promote the exchange of ideas and interests with other natural history societies and conservation bodies and to conduct field study expeditions to places of interest".
July Outdoor Meeting
Blackdown and Sampford Commons and Little Breach Nature Reserve (Butterfly Conservation)
Sunday 24th July: 10.00am - 2.00pm (bring picnic lunch)
Meeting point TBC
In the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty and an SSSI, this area contains a range of habitats including a large area of dry heath, carr woodland, springline mire and marshy grassland. The area is particularly stunning in the late summer when the heather is in bloom. It is an excellent site for lizards.