Biodiversity Stroll in the Tamar Valley

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Join Caroline Jones and Fiona Freshney from Devon Biodiversity Records Centre early next month to learn more about the bats, birds, butterflies, mines and forests of the Tamar Valley.

This family-friendly biodiversity stroll will lead walkers through the landscape around the Tamar Trails Centre that has been shaped by its industrial past. Walkers will learn how this may have affected the wildlife that lives here today.

The walk is approximately 3 kilometres and includes some steep climbs, so please wear appropriate footwear and dress for the weather (including suncream if sunny). Please also bring insect repellent.

The Biodiversity Stroll takes place on Saturday 9th July, 10:00am – 12:30pm. Please meet at the Beech Tree Café, Tamar Trails Centre, near Gulworthy.

Booking is essential for this event. Please contact the Tamar Valley AONB team – 01822 835030 or volunteering@tamarvalley.org.uk to secure your place. This event has been organised through the AONB’s Helping Hands for Heritage Project; the final event of the 2-year project that finishes at the end of July.

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