Visit to Landguard Nature Reserve

Thanks to Leonie Washington, the Landguard Ranger, we had a most enjoyable and informative visit to the reserve on 22 August.

Rotary's visit to Landguard Nature Reserve

I guess we were all familiar with the area but with little knowledge of what was around and underfoot. And after thunder and lightning put the stopper on plans for a visit back in July the weather was kind to us. So a great morning out on the reserve.

Here are a couple of photos, the first of which shows the Learning Area which the club has been pleased to support with a donation and even some hands-on. More here.


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Rotary's visit to Landguard Nature Reserve

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