What's About is a regular magazine reporting on wildlife sightings in and around the village. Download the latest copy here.
Previous copies can be found on the village website
Waldringfield Wildlife Group exists to conserve, enhance and record the local wildlife; to protect wildlife habitats and encourage biodiversity; to encourage wildlife-friendly management of land, gardens and public spaces and to encourage a greater interest in the knowledge and love of wildlife in general.
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There could be no better time to join the arranged visit to Prof Martin Woolf’s long running agroforestry farm, Wakelyns near Fressingfield, than now with the future of the countryside and farming up for real change. Twenty people can come – at the moment there is plenty of space. The visit will be on Thursday 27th September from 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. Please share lifts – we can park and picnic for lunch on arrival. firstname.lastname@example.org
Fungi Foray with expert Jonathan Revett on 18th October 2018.
The venue may change to Thetford Forest due to possible SSSI picking restrictions at Bradfield Woods. I will keep you briefed on the final location and directions. Either site will be a positve educational experience . £5 pp
A minimum of ten people for the trip to be viable for Jonathan.
Please reply by 24th September 2018. email@example.com
Our next event is the AGM on 13th October. It will be followed with a talk on wild geese, by David Healey.
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