Pathway Maintenance

Thursday, May 28th 2015

Strimming is an important job through the spring and summer months, ensuring that paths are well defined, clear of long vegetation and easy for visitors to walk down. Mike and Tony spent the morning working their way around the woodland walks clearing long grasses.

By the time they finished the walks were looking much smarter and definitely easier for visitors to follow. The afternoon was spent re-visiting some of the many nest boxes around the reserve to ring any of the chicks before they fledge.

Thank you to our volunteers, who have done a fantastic job on the reserve.


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