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27 Wildlife & Nature Events


6 May DAWN CHORUS GUIDED WALK AT EAST SOAR Join the ranger to hear the dawn chorus. 6 – 8.30am.


Booking essential. Tel: 01752 346585. 11 May


BIRDS OF SLAPTON LEY


8.30 – 10.30am Discover the birds of Slapton Ley on a guided walk along the nature trail. Booking essential.


Events.sl@field-studies-council.org


24 May DUSK CHORUS WALK


Sharpham Come and enjoy the dusk chorus alongside the River Dart, with bird expert Mike Langman. 6.30 – 9pm. www.sharphamtrust.org


5 May, 8 June


BEING THE DART WALK Dartington Estate. 7- 10.30am In a lovely blend of shinrin-yoku (forest-bathing), wildlife appreciation and creative writing, Mike Ingram (ecologist) and Emma Capper (certified forest therapy guide) invite you on a sensory & ecological exploration into “being the Dart”. Booking essential. www.dartington.org


12 May WILD FLOWER WANDER Cockington Park, Torquay Join our exploratory walk through Cockington to enjoy and identify some of the parks beautiful wildflowers. Booking Essential. Tel: 01803 520022.


23 May SPRING WALK WITH A RANGER Greenway, Galmpton Join one of the countryside rangers for a walk through Greenway garden out to part of the estate. 11.30am. nationaltrust.org.uk


24 May, 20 June COUNTRYSIDE WALK Coleton Fishacre, Kingswear Join the ranger on a coastal walk to Pudcombe Cove. 11.30am. nationaltrust.org.uk


15 June


FORAGE & FEAST The Sharpham Trust, Ashprington Spend a day in the grounds of the Sharpham Estate learning to identify, pick safely and prepare seasonal wild foods. 10am – 4pm.Tel: 01803 732542. booking@sharphamtrust.org


Open Farm Sunday – 9 June Hundreds of farms all over the country open their gates for LEAF Open Farm Sunday. A great opportunity to get up close on the farm and see how our food is produced and why supporting British farming matters. farmsunday.org


Daynes Farm, Harberton Tel: 01803 861384 Come and meet farmer David Camp and find out how he manages his organic beef, sheep and cereal farm. Explore the farm, see the cows, sheep and lambs. Walk with the farmer at 12 noon & 2pm and find out what crops David grows to feed his stock. After the walk you can enjoy some tea and cake, try a craft and enter a fun quiz about the farm. Free. TQ9 7FB. Sorry no dogs. 11am – 4pm.


The Field Centre in Slapton has a range of events for those younger nature enthusiasts over the May half-term holiday... Explore the rocky shores, learn how to survive in the wild and see what lurks beneath in the coastal rockpools. Events.sl@field-studies-council.org


Rockpool Safari Wembury Marine Centre is now


open for the 2019 season. Join Devon Wildlife Trust for a Rock- pool Safari and they’ll take you on a guided tour of some of the best rockpools in Devon. See www.wemburymari- necentre.org for dates


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