Thursday July 31, 2014
Start: 10:00
End: 16:00

This is a celebration of the country park's new designation as a local nature reserve & if it's a nice day, there should be plenty of interest.

10am is the launch celebration at the summit then there are walks to discover the hidden nature & history of the hill from 11am to lunch on the south side of the hill and after lunch, the north side.

BOOKING ESSENTIAL, free picnic lunch for walkers. The Ranger and local archaeologists & historians will lead the walks. 

Saturday August 2, 2014
Start: 09:00
End: 11:00

A walk along the River Tamar, after dark, to count the number of
Daubenton's Bats passing each of ten spots along the river bank. We will
hear (and possibly see) several species of bats feeding over the river.
This is part of the National Bat Monitoring Project series of surveys.

Sunday August 10, 2014
Start: 09:00
End: 16:30

Although this event is organised by the Cornwall Mammal Group, all are welcome to join in to help survey this traditional farm which has come into ownership by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

There's approximately 100 acres with a variety of habitats including meadows, hedgerows, woodland & marsh which slopes down towards the Looe Valley. So this could be a really lovely day out away from the crowds.

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