Help For Heroes

Wednesday, November 18th 2015

Today we hosted a group from Help for Heroes on the Pathfinder programme. We had planned to get out and complete some habitat management tasks around the reserve; however with driving rain and howling winds we decided that some indoor activities might be more appropriate. So we discussed the wonderful life of our bees and visited both of our hides. It was nice to meet them all and hope that we will welcome them back in the future.

Whilst we were busy with the Pathfinders a group of our regular volunteers organised the catalogue of flora and fauna photographs we have at Foxglove and inputted sighting records into the species database.

We would like to thank you all for completing these vital tasks.
 


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