Water vole habitat surveying

Water vole habitat survey training.
Saturday 25th May
Dearnford Lake Café, Tilstock Road, near Whitchurch SY13 3JQ

Arrive for a 9.30am start.
Contact luken@shropshirewildlifetrust.org.uk to book as places are limited

There will then be a short theory session before we head out to look at habitat.
Please ensure you have outdoor clothing, suitable for all weather conditions, and wellies or waterproof boots are recommended.  If you have a clipboard or weather writer please bring!
The session will finish at 12.00pm.

There will be an optional session in the afternoon to carry out a survey for those that are able to stay on between 1pm and 3pm.
 


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