Winter tree identification

03 Dec 20161.00pm to 4.00pm£8 (members £6)
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationEducation and learningGuided walkNature

Join the CambridgePPF team and learn how to identify trees in the winter.

An informative session with an opportunity to take a guided stroll around the park putting what you have learned into practice.

Adults only. Wear sensible clothing according to the weather and sturdy shoes.

Booking essential.

 

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