On the last weekend of April Tices Meadow celebrated a fantastic weekend of surveying and celebrating biodiversity with their annual spring bio blitz. It was an absolute hit with over 80 visitors and 80 different species identified. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all thanks to the lovely weather and the array of activities including bird watching, bird ringing, small mammal trapping, moth trapping and bat spotting. From the partnership George, Steve and I attended and were delighted with the buzz of activity and excitement.
For those who have not been to Tices Meadow before be sure to visit. The site is widely considered one of the best inland sites to watch birds in the southeast of England. It is located between Badshot Lea and Tongham in Surrey, on the southern outskirts of Aldershot.
Looking forward to next years!
Assistant Ranger Jenny