We offer free guided walks around our local nature reserves to schools and community groups who would like to learn more about nature.
You can request a walk at any time of year. The season might restrict some activities, but there is always something to discover.
The walks usually take between 60 and 90 minutes, and are suitable for groups of up to 20 people. Contact us if you want to arrange a walk for your group – please give us at least two weeks’ notice. Indoor talks are also available.
You can request a walk or talk on any environmental subject associated with the reserves – birds, trees, or anything else.
An all-round tour specific to each local nature reserve. We’ll talk about the local animal and plant life, as well as the history and management of the reserve.
We’ll talk about water environments and associated wildlife. Dipping nets will be used to examine freshwater creatures.
We’ll collect and examine various invertebrates found at the reserve and their associated food chains.
This tour is available from March to October.