April ’15: King’s School at Teggs Nose Country Park

Year 5 pupils from Kings’ School visited Teggs Nose Country Park for a day of glorious sunshine and incredible across the Cheshire Plain.   Ranger Martin James was joined by Wildlife Explorer volunteer Leaders Tina Hanak and Kat Mayer as he introduced students to the natural history of the site and how the different habitats are managed for wildlife. In the morning Martin lead a nature ramble on a circuit of the whole site, taking in meadows, woodland, scrub and farmland.      During the walk the group got good views of Willow Warbler, Pied Flycatcher and a parachuting Skylark … Click here for more information…..