Winter tree identification

20 Jan 20181.00pm to 4.00pm£8 (£6 members)
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationEducation and learningGuided walkNature

Join this fascinating workshop and enjoy learning the basic skills needed to identify our common native trees in the winter, using bark, buds, shape and form. Includes 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.

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