Work day Surprises!

On Saturday our conservation group had our monthly work day at Raw Nook LNR.

You may recall we had earlier cut down some large saplings to enhance the breeding opportunities for ground nesting birds.

So with the cut down wood Richard and Bill set to work to create a dead hedge which would provide nesting habitats for Thrushes, Dunnocks and Wrens etc and top marks as the finished hedge was Brill!

A good number of logs were also created so I thought of a log pile with an additional bee hotel which will be beneficial for not only our Bees but other invertebrates.

So a suitable site has now been found so…Watch this space!

I found a Long Tailed Tit’s nest which we all observed from a distance and Peacock butterfly enjoyed the sunshine.

However, there was some bad news!

Once again we filled two bags with litter and even more sad was the number of Poo Bags which were discarded by irresponsible so called dog owner!

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