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Roding, Churring and Lights on Barossa?

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Location: Barossa & Poors Allotments
Date: Saturday 09 June 2012
Time: 08:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Meet at: On site just inside the cattle grid at the top of Kings Ride just off the A30 Camberley. Post code GU15 4NG.
Admission: Suggested donation, adults £2, children £1.
Organised by: Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger James Herd 07891 850882.

Many of you will have seen the heathland wildlife during daylight, but have you ever wondered what comes out when the sun goes down? Join Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger James Herd on a walk around Barossa on the search for roding woodcock, churring nightjar and the soft lights of glow-worms as the sun starts to set. Insect repellent is recommended. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL, please call James Herd on 07891 850882 to book. Distance: 3 miles. Nearest Train Station: Camberley 2.5 miles. Nearest Bus Stop: Stagecoach 1, 1 mile.


No Dogs Advanced Booking Essential Walking Boots Advised Suitable for children

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