Party will celebrate launch of the Friends of Rings End Nature Reserve
THE Friends of Rings End Nature Reserve hold a party on Sunday to celebrate its launch.
Everyone is welcome to come along, especially families who can take part in activities discovering the special and unusual wildlife to be found in the reserve.
The day will focus on exploring the flora and fauna. Activities start at 5am with a dawn chorus walk, which will be an opportunity to hear all the birds greet the day, followed by breakfast at the car park.
The ‘official launch’ of the group and unveiling of the new entrance sign will happen at 10am and will be carried out by pupils from All Saints Primary School in March.
Further activities include:
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• 10.30am - Pond dipping and water vole discovery (with March Wildlife Group)
• Noon - Wildlife discovery for children (led by Rachel Steward, wildlife education expert)
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The day has been organised by the Friends Group. It is a formally constituted group and has been set up by volunteers.
The group is working in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council, which owns the land, to help with the management of the site and encourage more = people to enjoy visiting it.
Community Greenspaces Manager
Cambridgeshire County Council