Hello botany friends,
Now that the weather has cooled down a little we are all able to get out and see what hasn't been burnt to a crisp!
Mags Cousins - our Co-Vice County Recorder is leading a trip to have a look at the species-rich flushes on Novers Hill. Mags has already had a peek and is hoping that although the flushes have dried up, the exposed mud might throw up something interesting such as Littorella uniflora.
Meet at the National Trust car park at 10:30am on Sunday 7th August in Batch Valley, All Stretton (you’ll need change for ticket machine).
(SO 4559 9551), What Three Words: https://w3w.co/hillsides.saving.only).
Mags is hoping to look at the flushes on Novers Hill in the morning, the footpath climbs but it is not far. Then moving to Wild Moor Pool by lunchtime to have a look at the wetlands there. Contact: Mags Cousins, 07873 532681, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there