Flatropers Wood Wildlife Walk (08/05/19) Wednesday, 8th May 2019 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Join us to explore Flatopers Wood which lies just to the west of Peasmarsh, not far from Rye. The reserve comprises a diverse mixture of habitats ranging from woodland, streams and waterways to open areas of heather. This last aspect is a particular characteristic of woodlands in this part of Sussex, a reflection of the underlying geology. At this time of year the woodland should be bursting with bluebells and other spring wildflowers, the paths and rides alive with invertebrate life. We'll take a circular walk of around 3km, exploring the reserve to learn about the huge variety of wildlife present in spring.
Access to this reserve is from Bixley Lane, a small unsurfaced road which joins the A268 on a fairly sharp bend two kilometres west of Peasmarsh.
PLEASE NOTE: There are a few lay-bys on which to park in the lane. Nearest postcode TN31 6TH
Booking essential as places are limited.
To book please email James Duncan
Sussex Wildlife Trust Members - Free of charge.
Non-members - Donations appreciated.
Flatropers Wood © Nigel Symington