Events

Apr
13
Sat
Nature Walk: Aldermoors at Woodley @ Ashenbury Park Car Park, Denmark Avenue, Woodley
Apr 13 @ 2:30 pm

Nature Walks

We run an series of outdoor events throughout the year, though summer is the main season. These events are usually around the Reading area but also include an trips to the coast for bird watching. See our Events calendar for an alternative listing of events including location. Field meetings normally take place at the weekend. They are led by an expert and are typically only a couple of miles in length.

All meetings start at the Grid Reference at the time stated. Please bring your own refreshments for all-day outings. If requiring a lift, please telephone the contact number given against the excursion. No responsibility for any mishaps occurring during the walks is accepted by the Society or by the walk leaders. All persons attending excursions do so at their own risk. No dogs are allowed on Nature Reserves, and in other places must be kept on short leads.

There is no fee for joining a walk unless specified and visitors are welcome.


Aldermoors at Woodley

Time: 14:30

Location: SU772740 and Ashenbury Park Car Park

Leader: Renee Grayer

Meet at the Ashenbury Park car park off Denmark Avenue near Tippings Lane in Woodley for Wood Anemones, Opposite-leaved Golden-saxifrage and other spring flowers in this ancient woodland.

Apr
30
Tue
Nature Walk: Searle’s Farm Pingewood @ Searle's Farm, Pingewood
Apr 30 @ 7:00 pm

Nature Walks

We run an series of outdoor events throughout the year, though summer is the main season. These events are usually around the Reading area but also include an trips to the coast for bird watching. See our Events calendar for an alternative listing of events including location. Field meetings normally take place at the weekend. They are led by an expert and are typically only a couple of miles in length.

All meetings start at the Grid Reference at the time stated. Please bring your own refreshments for all-day outings. If requiring a lift, please telephone the contact number given against the excursion. No responsibility for any mishaps occurring during the walks is accepted by the Society or by the walk leaders. All persons attending excursions do so at their own risk. No dogs are allowed on Nature Reserves, and in other places must be kept on short leads.

There is no fee for joining a walk unless specified and visitors are welcome.


Searle’s Farm, Pingewood

Time: 19:00

Location: SU681701 and Searle’s Farm

Leader: John Lerpiniere

An evening walk round the gravel pits at Searle’s Farm for spring migrant birds, with a good chance of hearing Nightingales. Meet at the southern end of Pingewood Road (which is a dead end). May be muddy in places. Bring a torch.