Tree Identification Walk

Sunday 18th November 11:00am - 1:00pm

Adult tickets: Free
Child tickets: Free

Learn how to tell an ash tree from an oak and a hawthorn from a blackthorn.

Join our team of wildlife experts for a lovely guided autumn walk around the farm looking at trees in our hedgerows, shaws and woodlands, and learning how to identify them from their leaves, fruits, twigs and bark. Find out too how we manage our woodlands sustainably and finish up with a cuppa around the campfire to recap all we have learnt.

  • Dress for the weather and wear suitable boots/wellies. 
  • Suitable for adults and children aged 12+. Children under 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • No dogs.

This training session is one of a programme of events in the Bore Place Wildlives and Wellbeing project. Sign up to our mailing list to keep updated.

This project is free thanks to funding from the Postcode Local Trust. Postcode Local Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Our Wildlives and Wellbeing project received £18,047 from the Trust to deliver programmes that build confidence, independence and wellbeing for children and adults with special educational needs; lead wildlife identification workshops and offer therapeutic Wildlife Wellbeing residential weekends in the beautiful setting of Bore Place.

This event is fully booked

We might still be able to get you on to the course. Please contact our Office and Events Coordinator, Becky Baldock on 01732 463255 or Becky.Baldock@boreplace.org to find out more.

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