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This year we will be trying to get up close and personal with a range of Chester’s local wildlife as well as going further a field on a few residential field trips. We welcome absolutely anyone with a passion for wildlife, a love of the outdoors or anyone looking to make some like-minded friends!
Our society is moving into its third academic year with some great achievements.We have welcomed a much larger cohort than previous years, many of which have stuck in for most, if not all our sessions. We have thoroughly enjoyed traveling across the region to find wildlife; stopping at places such as Delamere Forest, Ness Gardens and even venturing out to Bangor for Venom Day. The second year was finalised with a residential trip to Snowdonia for four days to enjoy the wildlife, an experience which will definitely be recaptured for the coming year. We hope to incorporate much of the fun and laughter we have had as a society this year into many new ventures and push for more ways for new members to meet the local wildlife in a personal way.
Chester Wild has made a huge effort to increase its scope of meeting wildlife locally and further a field. Visiting many local sites on and off campus in Chester, as well as jumping head first into the further regions such as Snowdonia, Delamere, Bangor, Wepre Park, Moel Famau and the Panorama Walk site. We have made a considerable effort to push for more members over the last year and have increased are returning members by a factor of five! This coupled with our charity events has allowed us to achieve the Society Development award 2016/17, of which we are very proud of. We accommodate for both wildlife enthusiasts and those that just want to experience the outdoors more with some friends. We travel further a field and more frequently than most societies, making us an ideal choice for those that want to see new areas or simply want to see more of Chester itself. Our social nights are lighthearted and fun, ranging from film viewings to pub quizzes, games and the odd night out.

There is always something scheduled on three days of the week, so you can be sure to find something suited to you!
In the future we hope to get even more people involved with the society and show them the amazing wildlife we have in our local area and further into the countryside by getting involved with wildlife identification and new tech to view the unseen side of the wild in Britain.


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