Formed in 2012 as an amalgamation of Milford Environment Group and the Wildlife Recording Group, the volunteers undertake a range of valuable local projects to improve habitats for wildlife across the parish, and report on the sightings and activities of local wildlife.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM), being held on 13th March at 7.00pm in the Milford on Sea Community Centre, is a perfect way to find out more about the MCV and see how you can get involved. The great thing is you don’t have to be a wildlife expert – an interest in local wildlife is all you need. The experts in the group are always on hand to share their knowledge and experience, so not only is a good way to meet new people, it’s also a great way to build on your existing wildlife knowledge.
The business part of the AGM will be followed by a talk by Sarah Harvey, owner of a Dexter cattle herd, explaining how grazing can be such a benefit to wildlife.
So please go along and find out more about Milford’s wonderful wildlife and the work that MCV are doing to preserve and enhance the local environment.
For further details, please contact:
Milford Conservation Volunteers (MCV)
www.milfordcv.org or call 01590 645825