Bassetlaw District Council’s Ranger Service, in association with
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust will be running Bird Identification
Walks at Langold Country Park on Tuesday 30 Aug 2011 and at
Retford’s King’s Park on Thursday 1 September.
Both walks run from 1pm to 3pm. Those taking part are encouraged
to bring their own binoculars and bird identification books, as
well as suitable clothing on the day.
Portfolio holder for Environment and Leisure, Julie Leigh, said,
“There will be a little walking involved, but the event is aimed at
all ages, young and old. Both sites are well known to be rich in
bird life and the walks are an ideal opportunity for beginners to
be introduced to the pleasures of bird watching, otherwise known as
“Both Langold Country Park and King’s Park are extraordinary
nature reserves, right on the doorstep of most Bassetlaw residents.
It is hoped that the walks will inspire more people to get the itch
Meeting place for the Langold Country Park walk is at Andy’s
Café in the main car park at 1pm. For the King’s Park walk,
participants meet at the fountain at 1pm.
For further details contact Park Ranger, Andy Roworth on Tel
01909 533 380 or 534 525.
Last Updated - 24/08/2011