Wildfowl Feeding Station

Monday, May 11th 2015

Foxglove has managed to secure a grant from Yorventure to create a wildfowl feeding platform.  A stretch of boardwalk will be constructed on the North West side of the lake, which will meander down through the larch woodland to a feeding platform overlooking the lake.

This was the first day of the construction work, which is expected to take a couple of weeks.  By the end of the day visible progress had been made. Hopefully soon visitors will be able to look down over the lake and feed the wildfowl found there.

Whilst out in the woods today unblocking drains we also found some attractive fungi. 

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