Fancy finding out more about local wildlife? You can, this afternoon!

I note that since it’s a decent day (or at least it seems that way after the grimness of the yesterday) it would be an excellent chance to nip up to Stubbers Green with the kids, grandkids of even just by yourself and chat to the Swan Patrol.

The Patrol are there this and every Sunday from 1-3pm and have bird books, binoculars and a wealth of knowledge to share – so why not join them? There’s so much more local wildlife than people think!

The reserve is by the pools on Stubbers Green Road, between Aldridge and Shelfield.

Ann Lawrence of the Swan Patrol said:

Do you want to know more about nature and wildlife?

Do you want your children or grandchildren to learn about your local environment?

Swan Patrol volunteers at Stubbers Green Nature Reserve Aldridge Walsall are there every Sunday 1-3pm. Binoculars and bird books are available. Stickers for the children as a reward for bringing suitable foods for the birds. (sweet corn, peas, porridge oats, rice, lettuce, vegetable peelings…

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