Perfect for beginners, take a closer look at spring woodland wildflowers as part of Gosforth's Wild Web.
About Gosforth's Wild Web
All Gosforth's Wild Web events are free, fun and friendly. Made possible by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, they provide opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy and experience local wildlife in the neighbourhoods across Newcastle and North Tyneside. What will you discover in your local area? Join in today and start noticing nature near you. For more information about the project, please see here.
Event lead: James Common
Event length: 1 session, Thursday 28 March, 10.30 am-12.30 pm (approx)
Event structure: Informal walk
L evel: Beginner/Enthusiast
Meet at: Armstrong Bridge, Jesmond. Grid reference: NZ 26407 66175, What3Words: lively.tricks.glass
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Event cost: Free to all
About this event
Our woodlands, parks and wild spaces are a thing of beauty come spring. Join us for a relaxed and friendly walk as we explore snowdrops, crocuses and other typical spring plants.
Perfect for beginners, this new series of walks with botanist, James Common, will explore the fascinating plants with which we share our city. Together, we'll learn to recognise common and familiar species while appreciating the beauty of the hardy plants that bloom in our city's green spaces.
Questions (and identification queries) are welcome at any time by emailing email@example.com.
This event comprises a walk of approx 1 mile, mostly on pavement.
About the event lead:
James works as Senior Naturalist at NHSN. Outside of work, he is a passionate wildlife recorder with a focus on botany and invertebrates. As a botanist, he is a joint BSBI Vice-County Recorder for North Northumberland and an iRecord verifier for South Northumberland. Away from plants, he is an enthusiastic recorder of insects, especially ladybirds.