GOLDEN eagles, otters, dormice, red deer, crested tits and common blue butterflies were just some of the wildlife shown at another successful annual indoor meeting of the Taw and Exmoor branch of the British Naturalists' Association held at Weare Giffard

GOLDEN eagles, otters, dormice, red deer, crested tits and common blue butterflies were just some of the wildlife shown at another successful annual indoor meeting of the Taw and Exmoor branch of the British Naturalists' Association held at Weare Giffard Village Hall.Not only were there wildlife films and slide presentations, but also display stands enabling people to buy books, DVDs and identification charts covering a range of wildlife topics.Such is the attraction of the indoor meetings that one person travelled all the way from Northamptonshire to be there.Outdoor meetings of the branch are often attended by two ladies who come all the way from Kent.Anyone interested in natural history can find out more about the activities of both the national association and the local branch by logging on to bna-naturalists.org or by contacting local branch secretary Brian Sims on (01271) 343607.