Sunday, 19 May at 2pm
Join us for the inaugural walk with zoologist Brenna Boyle
Chiswick Pier Trust is launching a guided nature walk on its website produced by zoologist Brenna Boyle from Wildlife Capital. Brenna has created this walk for the Trust which is a six-kilometre loop walk starting at Chiswick Pier House, over Barnes Bridge, into the Leg O’Mutton nature reserve and back to the Trust. The walk identifies wildlife that you are likely to see along the way including birds and river bank trees and plants. To launch the walk, Brenna Boyle will take a guided group on Sunday, 19 May at 2pm.
Designed so it can be downloaded from the CPT website onto a smart phone, or simply printed out, the interpretative map will help people explore the nature of this part of the river. Links in the digital map will lead you to websites where you can listen to bird song and discover more details about local species.
‘We are so delighted that Brenna has produced this beautiful walk for us,’ says Trustee Sarah Hodgson.‘It’s a great addition to Chiswick Pier Trust’s rich programme of activity, all of which is designed to bring people to the river. I can’t wait to do the inaugural walk!’
Tickets for the guided walk by Brenna Boyle cost £5 per person, you can book in advance using the form below. Meet at Chiswick Pier Trust, Corney Reach Way, W4 2UG at 1.45 on Sunday 19 May. The walk will last 3 hours and cover a distance of approximately 6km. Children over 10 years welcome, but please consider that we will be walking 6km at a reasonable pace.
Please note that in places the paths are rough, uneven and can be muddy in wet weather; please wear suitable footwear. Climbing steps required. Not suitable for buggies. The walk will be available to download from www.chiswickpiertrust.org.uk from Sunday 19 May.
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