For our April meeting we return to Louth's local area of outstanding natural beauty, Hubbard's Hills!
Spring and new life is bursting out everywhere, all around us, but this time we intend to delve below the surface to find out more about chalk streams and what it is that makes them such a special place for life and living things. Chalk stream expert William Bartle will be leading us and sharing hisn knowledge with us and there will be opportunities to engage in pond dipping and other nature related activities.
Our next meeting is: 'Exploring Chalk Streams: What makes them special?' Date: Sunday 24th April Time: 2pm Place: Hubbard's Hills, meeting in front of the wooden cafe building
Please bring warm waterproof clothing and strong footwear or wellington boots for paddling and be prepared to spend time outdoors.
Access to toilets and seating areas is available.
This is a free event, but there may be a charge for the car park.
Please book in advance by email to email@example.com so we have a good indication of how many people will be attending.
Our Watch Leaders are looking forward to seeing everyone there! Keith, for the Louth Wildlife Watch Team