Supporting our wildlife this autumn
It’s been a difficult few months for our wildlife. The very hot, dry summer was a challenge in itself, and then bore consequences in terms of condensing the usual timing of fruit set and ripening.
Follow these links for a few simple things that you can do to give our wildlife a helping hand throughout the autumn and in the build-up to winter. Take a look here for ideas:
Even if we do just one, we’ll be making a difference.
Aims of Prestwood Nature
The primary aim of Prestwood Nature is to: Enhance the quality of the natural environment through the involvement of local people.
We do this by:
- Restoring and maintaining sites to preserve natural resources
- Guided walks led by knowledgeable members to increase awareness of the natural environment
- Arrange talks on subjects of interest to our members
- Produce a regular newsletter for members
- Maintain records of plant and animal life in order to see how the environment is changing in response to climate change and other pressures
See our Activities page for what’s coming up.
Prestwood Nature Newsletters
The current version of the newsletter is reserved for members only but we are building up an archive of past issues that are available for anyone to download. Find it on our Membership Page.
Drop-in work Party at the Pollinator-Friendly Garden
Friday and Saturday, 14th-15th October
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Come for as long as you want to find out what the plans are for the Garden and how you can give a helping hand.
Karen and other members of Prestwood Nature Council will be there all day so come and meet us.
Visit our PFG page for directions to get there.
Autumn Fruits and Seeds Walk
Sunday 16th. October
2:00pm – 4:00pm
A country walk looking at the abundance of fruits, nuts and seeds around Great Hampden.
This free event is ideal for families with children and is suitable for anyone who enjoys a gentle stroll through flat countryside.
These are the places we work at
Click or tap on the flags to be taken there