BSBI AGM 2013: Anglesey.
|Pale Dog-violet, Viola lactea;
Cors Goch NNR, June 2013.
Ian had everything laid on for us to see some of his favourite places for plants on Anglesey, his home patch. It was also great to have so many local guides and experts who had kindly given up their time to show us around and interpret the sites.
Very interesting to hear something of the history and past use of places that are now National Nature Reserves, like Newborough Warren or Cors Goch.
|Enjoying one of the AGM's after-dinner talks.
Many thanks to everyone who worked so hard towards such a successful AGM and especially to Ian Bonner. This past week has been a great opportunity to see the plants and places he loves and now we all know the secret of Ian's success - he comes with added Pippa!
|At Cors Goch NNR
The society is indebted to both of them for all they have done for us during Ian's Presidency. The presidential workload is pretty hefty and hopefully, now Ian Denholm has taken it over, the Bonners can enjoy a well-earned break. We wish them all the very best and hope they enjoy some sunny days out botanising on Anglesey this summer.