ATOM Festival 2018 event: guided walk/lecture

Saturday 17th March 2018

Mark Bradfield of BBOWT

Science and Conservation on the River

Abingdon sits on the banks one of the largest rivers in the country which provides nationally important habitats for a huge range of wildlife. The Community Wildlife Manager for BBOWT will illustrate some of the work that goes on to conserve and enhance the riverbank habitats in this area.

This is a live walking lecture with stopping points along a route of several miles. Time duration around an hour and a half. No steep hils but the route is likely to be muddy. Walking boots are advisable.

There is no charge but registration is required via the ticketing system as there are only 30 places for safety reasons. Click on the link below to proceed with registration.

Saturday 17th March 2018 at 11:30am

Meet in the Market Place at the ATOM Festival Stall at 11:15am

 

Mark Bradfield

 

Mark looks after the community nature reserves in Oxfordshire for BBOWT.  He is not a freshwater ecologist but has a keen interest in anything aquatic and has been involved with projects to improve the Letcombe Brook, Moor Ditch and Thames for people and wildlife.

 

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