We meet at various sites in the countryside, often nature reserves or Sites of Special Scientific Interest, and walk around 1–2 miles to look at the wild plants that we see on the route. We use wild flower books to try to identify and gain more information about the more unusual plants. A hand lens or magnifying glass is useful. Some group members have had an interest in the subject for many years and others join with limited knowledge. As leader I visit each site a few days before the group visit to work out a suitable route and make a list of plants that I see.
Jane Gundry – Group Leader
Apr-Oct 3rd Thurs, May-Jul 1st Thurs