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Wildlife Wander

Wildlife Wander

11th Jun 2017

Explore the wildlife and landscape of the Victoria Embankment with the City Local Group. If time permits we will also visit nearby Iremongers Pond. Meet at 10.30 am at the Nottingham War Memorial. Suitable for people using wheelchairs or with pushchairs - please contact to discuss.
Contact: Lucy Kennedy lucy.k1@hotmail.co.uk

Jubilee Campus -  a shared space for people and wildlife.

Jubilee Campus -  a shared space for people and wildlife.

14th Jun 2017

Join us for an accessible walk of approximately 2 hours. Organised by the Friends of Jubilee Campus with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and Nottingham Open Spaces Forum.
Meet at Starbucks Cafe car park, on Triumph Road at 5.30pm.

Free event, no booking required.

Contact: Martin Willis, 07970178618

Peregrine Watch

Peregrine Watch

17th Jun 2017

Join members of the City Local Group to watch the peregines ‘live’ at the base of the newton building. we will have scopes and binoculars for all to borrow and get a look - the chicks should hopefully be active and moving around the nest area at this time!

Just drop by, between 10.30 and 2pm.

contact: martin@martin-willis.net

Wildflower evening at King Meadows Nature Reserve

Wildflower evening at King Meadows Nature Reserve

21st Jun 2017

A gentle evening spent exploring the wildflowers and botany of this urban nature reserve, known for it’s orchids.  No botanical experience required, just an interest!


6pm - 8pm
Meet at the entrance to Birdcage Walk, off Lenton Lane

Wildflower Evening

Wildflower Evening

21st Jun 2017

Spend a gentle evening exploring the wild flowers and botany of the King’s Meadow Nature Reserve, known for its orchids. No botanical experience required, just an interest! 6 – 8 pm. Meet at the entrance to Birdcage Walk, off Lenton Lane.
Contact: Lucy Kennedy lucy.k1@hotmail.co.uk

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