Herefordshire Wildlife Trust Tour

Walking boots at the ready, today we explore three Nature Reserves in the north west of the county all looked after by Herefordshire Wildlife Trust who now also look after Queenswood and Bodenham Lake.
Today Rob our guide, who volunteers at HWT will explain about all of the work that takes place at each location as well as the wildlife in the area.
Our first stop will be Brilley Green Dingle.  Millhalf Brook runs through the woodland reserve and is home to a number of interesting invertebrates, such as the increasingly threatened white-clawed crayfish.
We will then visit Birches Farm (Nr Kington) – a traditional farm, nature reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) .Purchased in 2015 by HWT.
The Sturts (in Kinnersley) – Lying in the River Wye flood-plain, the seven fields that make up Sturts North are subject to regular winter flooding. The grassland communities are particularly noteworthy, with damp hollows and drier ridges forming a mosaic, each with their own micro-habitat and species.
Lunch will be in Eardisley
Timings: Leave Hereford BROAD STREET 10:00am and arrive back at  4:30pm
Cost: Including travel costs are £49 per person. If you would like to join us, but drive yourself, please take off £15.00 per person


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