World Wildlife Day Walk around Knapp Copse (Tues 3 Mar)

Join Wild East Devon Ranger Will for a Wildlife Walk around one of our most interesting Nature Reserves to celebrate World Wildlife Day

Learn how Knapp Copse is managed in this informative Countryside Managemant walk with Ranger Will.

Visit the corners of the Nature Reserve with the most amazing views, led by a guide who routinely manages it day to day.

Knapp Copse is a perfect mix of woodland, meadows, a stream and spectacular views set in a hidden valley in the heart of East Devon.

Will will lead the walk discussing the history and nature of the site, including the nesting birds and resident wildlife, as well as behind-the-scenes information about the sometimes challenging management of the important Nature Reserve.

Children to be accompanied.

The walk is moderate and involves hilly slopes and steps. Footwear and clothing suitable for the weather conditions are essential.

No dogs please.

Booking

Currently there are 18 places available

Book

How much

Free for adults.

Free for children.

When

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Where

Knapp Copse Local Nature Reserve
Seaton Road
Nr Sidmouth
THE NEAREST POSTCODE IS EX10 0QG

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Directions

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Parking

Free car parking at Knapp Copse Local Nature Reserve

To access Knapp Copse from Honiton, take the A375 towards Sidmouth. When you arrive at a cross-roads with the Hare and Hounds public house on your right, turn left. Continue along this road for about 1km (two thirds of a mile) and Knapp Copse is on the right. An entrance sign for the reserve faces the road. There is a small car park which is entered through a height barrier.

From Sidmouth, take the A375 towards Honiton, turn right at the Hare and Hounds and Knapp Copse is on your right.

If arriving from Ottery St Mary head towards the Hare and Hounds. Go straight ahead at the cross-roads and Knapp Copse is on the right.

Who

Event aimed at adults .

Further info

Call Countryside on 01395 517557 or email wild@eastdevon.gov.uk