WILDLIFE WALK with ARK

9th May 2019, 12:39pm | By David | Event Date : 20190621

This event is part of the North Wessex Downs Walking Festival.

Join ARK’s Project Officer, Anna Forbes, on a wildlife walk along the banks of the River Kennet and the adjoining water meadow. Discover the chalk stream wildlife that lives at this beautiful, multi-award winning, 15 acre site – where there are regular sightings of kingfisher and water vole. As seen on BBC’s Britain in Bloom programme!

Price: £5.00.  Limited spaces – booking essential.  Go to the North Wessex Downs website for detailed information and to book.

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