Join our Wilder ranger, Heather, on a short walk to see the beginnings of our Wilder Doddington Project. We are restoring nature at Doddington. After several decades of intensive farming of our cropped land we have taken the brakes off to allow nature to recover. Come and see the changes that are taking place.
Following a briefing in the covered wagon shed we will walk together on the nearby paths and tracks. Heather will explain how the management is changing to help nature to come back. We will look out for interesting sights on the day that we hope will include birds such as Yellowhammer, Buzzard, Chaffinch, and water birds. She will explain how to identify seasonal flowers and trees. We will take a spade and look how soil life is changing.
During the walk we will take the opportunity to discuss how everyone can enjoy more nature at home, the actions that we can take in our gardens and window boxes.
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Adult (16+yrs): £10 per person
Child (Under 16): £5 per child
Booking essential, places are limited to 14 per group.
Meeting point is in front of the Wagon Shed – please see map that also shows free parking.