Bird and animal enthusiasts in Marlow will be able to do their bit to protect wildlife in the area, as Wild Marlow will host a talk on February 12.

The organisation, who aim to teach those in the area on the wildlife that lives in the town, will discuss about biodiversity and the specific ways that birds and other animals, as well as their habitats, can be protected and preserved.

Giving the talk will be Paul Warham from Bisham Barn Owl Group, Bob Keene from Bisham Nest Box Group, and Jan Stannard from Wild Maidenhead and Maidenhead, Marlow & Cookham Swift Group, with the talk being specific to owls and swifts.  

The talk will take place a month after Wildlife Marlow hosted a very successful birdhouse making session.

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The birdbox workshop saw numerous people from Marlow and the surrounding areas make 31 birdhouses on the day.

Marlow is known for having a lot of wildlife, with a number of birds and animals living in the town's section of the River Thames.

Those who run Wildlife Marlow have a passion for wildlife and aim to engage with the community with competitions, volunteering and work parties to raise awareness of the importance of a balanced ecosystem.

The talk on February 12 will take place at the Age Concern building on Glade Road.

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It will start at 7.30pm and will last for a couple of hours.

Refreshments will be available on the day and there will be an opportunity to purchase wildlife homes for your garden.

For more information about Wild Marlow, visit