What's About is a regular magazine reporting on wildlife sightings
in and around the village. Download the latest copy
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.
March 26th Wakelyns Agroforestry Farm
– the best example of agro forestry in East Anglia
Arrive 1.30pm to 3.30pm £5 pp. Car share please.
April 13th ‘Tasty Crafty Aliens
Making the best of a bad situation’
by Abby Stancliffe-Vaughan, a researcher of control methods for non- native signal crayfish and Reeves Muntjac deer
Admission: Non-members & Visitors £3
Paid up Members no charge
Preceded by a Members meeting at 10.00 am prompt start. New members welcome (Membership £10) Enquiries: Linda 736044