NOTICE OF MEETING

Notice of a Meeting of all Members

Wednesday 7th February at 7.30pm

at the Mulberry Suite, Brighouse Sixth Form College HD6 1AY


Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group hereby give notice of a Meeting of all Members to be held on Wednesday 7th February at the Mulberry Suite, Brighouse High School HD6 1AY at 7.30pm

The terms of the resolution to be proposed are as follows:

That the current Unincorporated Group called Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group is dissolved and that all of its assets are transferred to the newly formed Charitable Incorporated Organisation called Cromwell Bottom Wildlife Group whose Charity Registration number is 1176233

The decision on the resolution must be confirmed by a two-thirds majority of those present and voting.

Prior to the vote the Committee will outline the reasons for proposing the resolution and then be available to answer any questions.

We hope you are able to attend.

Allan Wolfenden. Chairperson CBWG

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A Wildlife photography competition for members. Please click here for details.


Thursday, 24 September 2015

Nuthatches and Coal Tits

Lots of birds are begining to come to the Bird Viewing Area to feed. Those of us who have visted in the last week have especially enjoyed the feeding antics of the two Nuthatches we are seeing regularly.















3 comments:

Ric Jackson said...

Really enjoyed looking at this series of images. I think you've captured some really characterful poses, including a classic nuthatch pose. Great work!

Steve Blacksmith said...

Yes great poses Alan.
The birds' habits are certainly changing. Had my first House Sparrow pair of the Autumn today at my little crumb table in the garden.

Allan said...

Thanks Ric/Steve. It has been great to sit and watch,as well as photographs,of the Nuthatches. Their responses to other birds, in defending their food source, has been aggressive. They fly off regularly, I presume to stash the seeds for later but every so often they can be seen poking seeds into the tree trunks at the Bird Viewing Area and then cover them up. It is great behaviour to watch.