Call in anytime between 10am and 4pm on Saturday 11th July to visit the wildlife pond and meadow, near Gid Lane, Upper Froyle (see location map). There should be plenty to see especially if it’s a sunny day. Please ensure social distancing during your visit to keep the recommended 2m apart. Note change of date from 4th (poor weather forecast) to 11th July when it should be drier and warmer.
Members of Froyle Wildlife will be on hand to assist with identification of wildflowers, dragonflies’ and butterflies. Wildflower species to look out for include; knapweed, lady’s bedstraw, rough hawkbit, self heal, purple loosestrife, water figwort and bird’s-foot trefoil. Last year six species of dragonfly and ten species of butterfly were noted during the one ‘drop-in’ day. No need to book, just pop in and see what you can spot.