Allerthorpe Common YWT

Submitted by julia on Tue, 26th Mar 2019, 3:13pm
East Yorkshire (near Pocklington)

The acid soil here has a variety of habitats supporting a wide range of organisms. Not only is there a wealth of invertebrates but also adders, lizards and palmate newts. Birds include woodlark, woodpeckers and woodcock. With a volunteer guide we may see the nationally rare May Lily. 
A short visit to nearby Calley Heath to look for Shepherd’s Cress, a Yorkshire rarity, may be possible. 

Co-ordinator; Alice Gingell         Walk leader; Jonathan Proud (YWT volunteer) 
Minibus transport; depart Unitarian Church 9.30am.  Cost £9