Where to go this season
In spring Devon’s wildflowers light up our lives
Here are some of the best places to put a little colour back in your cheeks!
Places to go
Walk through wild daffodils at Dunsford nature reserve (near Exeter)
See fields of bluebells at Emsworthy Mire nature reserve (Dartmoor)
Drop in on our Cricklepit Mill garden (Exeter) to see an urban garden in full of colour.
Other wild things to see this spring
Listen for the arrival of summer migrants including reed warblers and chiff-chaffs at South Efford Marsh (near Plymouth), Swanpool Marsh (near Braunton) and Old Sludge Beds (near Exeter) nature reserves.
Jurassic Coast Geology Day Cruise
Leading geologist Dr Richard Scrivenor leads us with a live commentary dedicated to understanding the complex and unique geological…
Creatures of the Night – 2 (Bats & Moths)
Barnstaple local group's annual visit to John Breed’s own land near Braunton, where we will see a range of moths, while bats feed…
Creatures of the Night – 1 (Bats & Moths)
John Breeds will lay out his light-traps at a previously un-surveyed site for moths.
Bats are likely to be flying, bring detector…
Your spring highlights
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