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While one half of the group were going out on a limb with the wood work, eight Youth Rangers undertook and OPAL survey of the hedgerow that bounds the site. The group looked closely at how to define different types of hedgerow, and to identify some of the common species of plant and animal that find refuge within this important habitat. The construction of the next boxes begun in our first outing was completed, and then carefully located within the surrounding woodland. Survey of the nesting sites will be undertaken later in the spring.
Thank you to Dave our tutor for the day and to Les for bringing the amazing two handled logging saw! More pictures to come on the face book page.