Expert talk on Yare Valley at RSPB event

PUBLISHED: 15:11 01 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:11 01 November 2017

The winter sun setting behind reeds over the Yare Valley Marshes

Picture: James Bass

The winter sun setting behind reeds over the Yare Valley Marshes Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2011

A nature enthusiast will be sharing wildlife secrets from the Yare Valley at a public talk.

David Bryant will be speaking at the RSPB Norwich Local Group at Hellesdon Community Centre, on Middletons Lane, on Monday November 13 at 7.30pm.

Mr Bryant is a wildlife photographer, teacher, lecturer, ex-naval officer, rock guitarist, published artist, author and the UK’s only full-time professional meteorite dealer.

His talk is about wildlife on his local patch and he is passionate about wildlife in and around the Yare Valley.

He writes a blog about his experiences with nature and will share those stories at the Hellesdon Community Centre evening event.

RSPB local groups allow people to meet friendly, like-minded individuals in their area while learning more about birds and wildlife through monthly meetings.

Visit for more details about local groups.

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