Buds and Twigs walk

Monday, March 23rd 2009

Today has been busy with lots of visitors. Although the weather looked promising the wind got up and the day turned cold. Even so, we had a party of 10 people from Botton Hill community here for a guided walk with Chris, one of our volunteers. They had a good walk around before lunch and then enjoyed watching the birds in the garden from the comfort of the Field Centre as well.

A hollow ash tree above

10 people also turned up for the Buds and Twigs walk. They were well wrapped up for a tour around the reserve learning how to identify our native trees by their winter buds. The hollow ash tree above was creaking in the wind, but was admired by everyone.

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