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Lundy, the Glory of the Bristol Channel – A Guided Tour with Rob Durrant

Nov 11, 2023   -   Nov 11, 2023

Join us for an expert-guided tour of the Bristol Channel’s famous Lundy Island. The film captures the birds, animals, wildlife, and scenery of the island. Viewers will be able to explore the many interesting features of Lundy Island including the contrasting East and West coasts, the free-running herd of Lundy ponies, Highland cattle, Atlantic Grey Seals and pups, breeding seabirds, including Puffins, Manx Shearwater, Kittiwakes as well as lots of other rare and wonderful creatures and wildlife.

Created by Rob Durrant from extensive filming over a five year period. Rob will give a short introduction before the film begins.

This event starts at 2pm on Saturday 11th November 2023 in the Museum’s Learning Room. It’s a free drop in viewing, so there’s no need to book.

A caramel brown highland cow with big horns stands on a cliff top facing the camera in the centre of the image. Behind the cow is a bay with a small sailing boat and on the other side of the bay is a lighthouse and landing area for boats.

© Rob Durrant

A puffin stands in focus in the foreground, stood on a grassy cliff top, with some pale purple flowers. In the background is an out of focus blue sea.

© Rob Durrant

A seal pup is lying on a grey pebble beach on its back, with its front flippers up by its mouth, as it looks towards the camera.

© Rob Durrant

A lighthouse stands next to another building and surrounding them is an old stone wall. Outside of that wall is wild grassland, with some large rocks and a couple of large cross shaped stone gravestones. The sky behind is blue without a cloud in it.

© Rob Durrant

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