Night walk in Fremington nature reserve

FIND out what goes bump in the night at a free nature walk in Fremington next week. Join North Devon Council Parks' Team and the Northern Devon Coast and Countryside Service to discover the amazing night time wildlife at Fremington's local nature reserve

FIND out what goes bump in the night at a free nature walk in Fremington next week.Join North Devon Council Parks' Team and the Northern Devon Coast and Countryside Service to discover the amazing night time wildlife at Fremington's local nature reserve.Using moth traps and electronic bat detectors, people will have the chance to see and hear some of the area's nocturnal animals that come to life when we're asleep.The event also gives people the chance to take in all the improvements made to the reserve over the last year. Much of the work has been completed thanks to the efforts of local volunteers.Andrew Moulton, Community Officer for North Devon Council said: "This will be a unique opportunity to discover the nature reserve at night - to see and hear some of our smallest and more elusive wildlife neighbours. The walk will be suitable for all age groups and is a great evening out for all the family."The night walk takes place on Wednesday, May 6 and will start from the Beechfield Road car park at 8pm. It will last about an hour and a half and people taking part should bring a torch and wellies. For more information, contact North Devon Council's Parks Team on (01271) 388323 or email parks@northdevon.gov.uk.


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