Saturday 18th August: 10am – 2pm
Help improve the local environment and encourage wildlife at a site in Cam.
The Rackleaze Nature Reserve is neutral wet grassland which, both locally and nationally, is in decline. At the site we have been aiming to increase opportunities for biodiversity and wildlife, and in the future hope to see evidence of the return of ‘Ratty’ the water vole.
Through the year the birds and insects will have been surveyed and recorded. At this event we shall share our findings. It will be exciting to discover how many species live or visit this area.
On the day we will be listening and watching for birds and sweep-netting for insects.
Please bring appropriate clothing including a raincoat and wellington boots, and a packed lunch.
Cost: Free, donations welcome
To book a place and for further details, please contact: Richard Lewis at Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358.
See here for directions :
By clicking on the Map you will see bus stop locations. Get Stagecoach No.20 from Stroud.
See here for more detailed bus information : http://www.travelinesw.com/swe/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=en&timeOffset=15