21st July 2019 Wildlife Fun Day
Posted on by Sandy Allan
We have devised a wildflower trail which guides you through some of the most flower-rich parts of the reserve. Our work in sowing seeds and planting plug plants is really beginning to pay off and you will see a lot of variety. You’ll also learn about the folklore and medicinal uses of plants.
Friends of the Hook are hosting a Wildlife Fun Day on Sunday 21st July 1.30 -4pm, drop into The Hook nature reserve and discover what’s new. Look for the marquee by Mona Road entrance.
All ages will enjoy ‘Tree Bingo’ which helps you identify 12 species of trees.
A bird walk led by Keith Rainford from Lady Bay bird group starts at 2pm (note change of time) from Holme Grove entrance
Pond dipping and mini beast safari will continue through the afternoon. Little ones can also make a flying butterfly kite, colour a bookmark or make an alder cone bee.