27 April 2012

Early Birds in Peterborough

Froglife is offering a series of guided walks on Hampton Nature Reserve in Peterborough, starting with an early morning walk to celebrate International Dawn Chorus day on Sunday 6th May.

The walks will have a variety of themes from a general wildlife stroll to walk off your Sunday lunch, to a reptile safari or a walk in the dark to search for creatures of the night and even a non-dawn chorus for those who find it difficult to rise with the lark. There will be a suggested donation which will go towards Froglife’s good work supporting reptile and amphibian conservation through habitat management, the provision of information and environmental education.
Join us for a series of walks on the amazing Hampton Nature Reserve in Peterborough
Rebecca Neal from the Froglife education team will be leading the walks. “I am really looking forward to showing off this amazing site, which is not normally open to the public," says Rebecca.  "There is so much to see and it is such an unusual place.”

All the walks will be designed for people who have a general interest in wildlife so you don’t need to be an expert to come along and hopefully everyone will go away having seen or learned something new.

If you are interested in booking on a guided walk, please contact Rebecca Neal on 01733 425826 or rebecca.neal@froglife.org to ensure a place. The walks are listed on the Froglife website here.

Froglife manages Hampton Nature Reserve on behalf of O&H Hampton

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