The Conservation Volunteers Opportunities

Thursday 20 February 2020, 10am - 3:30pm

This volunteering opportunity is being promoted as a way to get involved. You will need to book on to the opportunity on the TCV website and you will need to arrange your own way to the meeting place.

Gorse control to protect heather With Norwich Midweek Group at Mousehold Heath

Start time: 10:00

Finish time: 15:30

Activity description: Removing gorse

Meeting place: At the junction of Brazen Gate and Queens Road Norwich, opposite the main bus station. Wait for the minibus under the glass-covered walkway outside the big Sainsbury's.

Activity location: Mousehold Heath, Main access off Gurney Road at Zaks, NR14HW

Site description: Mousehold contains precious remnants of heathland habitat which we are helping to protect by removing invasive species. There is a wealth of wildlife on Mousehold Heath, including birds, lizards, butterflies, dragonflies and small mammals. As well as common woodland birds, there are green and greater-spotted woodpeckers and sparrowhawks and kestrels are sometimes seen. In early spring, mating frogs gather around the Vinegar Pond and on warm summer days lizards can often be seen in the open heathland areas.

Contact: Debbie Murray

Telephone: 07740 899 691



Please bring: • packed lunch • suitable outdoor clothes • suitable outdoor footwear

Site Facilities: Nearest Toilets - zaks diner

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