Monday, 25 August 2014

Summer visitors

Throughout the summer Knettishall Heath has had a fantastic array of visitors, whether it be from community groups exploring the site, or families joining in with our holiday events!

Both the 1st Ixworth and 1st Redgrave and Botesdale Brownie groups have visited, with more visits booked in for the Autumn term. Both groups of girls enjoyed evening sessions following trails learning about the wildlife of the reserve, as well as making wild art sculptures or mini animal homes.

1st Redgrave and Botesdale Brownies making natural art sculptures

Our summer holiday family afternoons have almost all been fully booked, with the rain drowning a few soggy geo cachers on August 10th. The River Dipping and Brilliant Butterflies family afternoons were popular as ever, with the new moth trap causing excitement!(Angle Shades moth pictured)

River Dipping
Water Scorpion

Day visitors have been generally enjoying the site all summer, whether it be for a walk, a swim, or a picnic out the camper van!

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