A spring of Wildlife Travelling

July 2021

We have just come to the end of a busy spring (and early summer) of Wildlife Travelling, starting on the very first day that travel was again possible, with our visit to the Fen Edge back in May. From the ancient woodlands of Cambridgeshire we have travelled to the Norfolk Broads and the heathlands of Dorset, we have watched butterflies on the chalk downland of Sussex and listened to the amazing calls of Greater Horseshoe Bats in Devon. You can read more about our travels in our spring of Wildlife Travelling e-booklet.

Columbine flowers
Swallowtail sitting on grass, Norfolk
Oblong-leaved Sundew, Dorset
Childing Pink flowers, Sussex
Cirl Bunting singing from a twig, Devon