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Wild in Haringey

A talk by Haringey's Conservation Officer.

This talk follows the AGM of the Friends of Finsbury Park and takes place in the Art Hut in the park (see below for directions)


David Bevan | talks


Date and Time:

28 April 2004 at 7:00 pm


30 minutes



Finsbury Park
Finsbury Park

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Organised by:

Friends of Finsbury Park
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Additional Information:

Follows the AGM of the Friends of Finsbury Park. The AGM begins at 7pm.

The Art Hut is on the left as you enter the park through the Finsbury Park Gates, behind the jamboree hut inside the railings. It has Art Hut written in stylish graffiti across it.

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unusual interruption

Posted at 10:40 PM on 28 April, 2004 by Billy Clark

I really enjoyed this talk. It seems the most endangered species in Haringey (and in many places) is the naturalist. When David Bevan retires next year, Haringey's unique nature spaces are at threat. Also, this was the first talk I've ever been to which was interrupted by a hungry baby bird. A member of the audience had a baby thrush which he was nursing in his bag and had to feed it some worms when it got hungry during the talk!


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