Looking for bats and deer in Captain’s Wood…
There is a chance to visit a lovely woodland reserve on the evening of Friday 6 August when Suffolk Wildlife Trust, Woodbridge Wildlife Group hold an evening walk at the Captain’s Wood Reserve in School Road, Sudbourne, IP12 2BE, starting at 7.30 pm.
“There are many things to enjoy on a visit to this reserve “ said Phil Smith, chairman of the SWT Woodbridge Wildlife Group “It is a woodland habitat of ancient trees where deer roam freely and seven different species of bat are known to feed amongst the trees. I hope we will be able to help our visitors spot some of these as well as enjoying the atmosphere of this very special reserve.”
“Places on this walk are strictly limited and must be pre-booked by contacting Suffolk Wildlife Trust. The cost is £5 per person and bookings can be made online through www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org or by telephoning them on 01473 890089, continued Mr Smith. ”Parking for this event will be at Sudbourne Village Hall (please do not park in School Road). The event is suitable for adults and children over 10. Dogs are not permitted on this reserve. Visitors are advised to wear sturdy, waterproof footwear and bring binoculars”
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