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Guided tour led by the warden of King’s Dyke NR, one of the most diverse brownfield sites in the Peterborough area.
April is a good month for the Spring ephemeral flora and breeding bird activity is high.
There will be also a chance to do some fossil hunting.
The full walk around the Reserve will take about three hours.
Those with limited mobility can stay in the reserve area closest to the car park and visit the bird-hide.
Please wear suitable footwear and bring a packed lunch.
Meet in the Forterra car park, 222 Peterborough Road, Peterborough PE7 1PD – Grid Ref. TL 248973.
Walks are £2 – children free.
A Wildlife Trust BCN – Peterborough Local Group event.
- Parking available
- Kid friendly
No need to book in advance – pay on the day.