Heathland Stroll this Sunday! (Sun 26/Aug) at Cleaver Heath Nature Reserve, with members of Wirral Wildlife and Wirral Rangers. A chance to stroll through some of Wirral’s best heathland and learn about its wildlife and management. Meet at the entrance to Cleaver Heath Nature Reserve on Oldfield Road, Heswall at 1.30 p.m. The walk will end around 3.30 p.m.
For further details, telephone 0151 342 4249 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Families welcome. Unfortunately not suitable for people with limited mobility. Sorry no dogs allowed.
Wirral wildlife can be found here.
Cleaver Heath is a small, 7 acre island of lowland heath fringed with birch and oak woodland on the edge of Heswall. A wide range of birds has been recorded using the Heath, there is a small population of common lizards, and the plant community includes typical heathland grasses as well as heather, bilberry and both the European and rarer western gorse. Badgers, foxes and hares have also been recorded. The Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), has spectacular views across the Dee estuary to the Welsh hills and down to the Point of Ayr.