By this time the summer migrants are leaving, dragonflies are appearing over the ponds, and autumn flowers are in bloom. Many small birds have formed foraging flocks, moving through the trees to feed and put on fat for long migration flights, or in preparation for winter. Others are starting to arrive from further north, either passing through or to spend the winter here. The Country Park is at the hub of a varied wildlife area, so there is always a good chance of some interesting sightings.
Allow 2-3 hours.
There is no charge to attend the walks and talks for those people staying on-site. For anyone who is not staying on site but would like to attend any of the walks/talks we ask for a donation . (all money raised will be donated to a local wildlife charity)
Join Colin Faulkner of the Horncastle & Woodhall Spa area group of the Lincs Wildlife Trust in a Fungus Foray.