Wildlife Walk on The Meads
Become a wildlife explorer for the day and discover what is living right on your doorstep by joining Sedgemoor District Council’s Ecologist at our next free wildlife walk at The Meads, Bridgwater on Wednesday, 26th July at 1400 hrs. 14/07/17
The walk around the Meads, which is managed by Sedgemoor District Council, will look at the birds, small mammals, insects and plants and will take up to 2 hours though you are welcome to come or go when you wish. You don’t need to be a wildlife expert just come along with a willingness to learn and explore. The walk is suitable for all ages and starts from the entrance off the Canal bridleway running down from Albert Road (opposite the YMCA). The walk will look at the wonderful range of wildlife throughout the fields, under the expert guidance of Pete Grainger, Sedgemoor’s Ecologist. Please note that the Meads are cattle-grazed and therefore we may come across some cows on our walk.
Please make sure that you wear suitable clothing and footwear for the terrain and weather conditions, the ground is quite uneven in places and can become muddy so is not suitable for child buggies or mobility scooters. Children supervised by an adult are welcome to attend the walk.
To find out more about the Meads and any future events please email , call 01278 435435 or visit: and search “The Meads”.