|When||First Monday 10 am|
|Where||Various Nature Sites|
We visit wildlife areas in the Evesham area looking at all forms of wildlife, taking our time to look at everything from flowers to fungi, from beetles to butterflies. In essence it is intended to be a relaxed look at the wonders of nature whether large or small. We welcome new members. Anyone interested in joining the group should contact John Boon.
On 2nd August the group visited the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust reserve of Windmill Hill near Offenham which has great views over the Vale of Evesham. Many plants were still flowering including Knapweed and Wild Carrot, both of which are excellent for insects such as hoverflies. Butterflies included Painted Lady, Gatekeeper and Common Blue and there were birds too with Red Kite and Great-spotted Woodpecker among the species seen.
Wednesdays Wild Words...hibernaculum