Spring Woodland Festival – Return of the Flycatcher
Date: Sunday 19th of May 2019Time: 11am - 4.30pmLocation: Yarner Wood, near Bovey Tracey
Don’t miss this Spring Woodland Festival celebrating Dartmoor’s woodlands – which are full of extraordinary wildlife at this time of year.
Woodland Festival details
At 11am help to parade the King of the Flycatchers back to his Dartmoor woodland with colourful artwork made by local school children. The flycatcher is an iconic species for the nature reserve and our Dartmoor woodlands. These birds have flown thousands of miles from West Africa, alongside many other species, to breed here.
From 11.30am onwards, discover more about flycatchers and other extraordinary wildlife at this wild and wonderful day at East Dartmoor National Nature Reserve. Go on a minibeast hunt, try pond dipping, take part in hands on activities, make wonderful wildlife crafts, get an experts view of the woods, and meet people who are wild about wildlife.
Visit our stand to find out all about bats as well as taking part in some batty art and craft activities.
Pay on entry £2 per person.
For further information call Andy on 07749 855374 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Event Parking near Yarner House. Follow the event signs from Bovey up the Haytor road. Turn into Yarner House drive. Parking is in a farm field.
Please note that there is a short but steep walk down to the event which may be difficult for some people. Parking for people less able will be available near the main office. A Landrover shuttle will also operate to help people get back to the car park.
Tags: bats, family, Festival, Yarner Wood