Tuesday 21 April 2015

Junior Rangers at Grey Mares Tail

For the April Junior rangers, we went to the National Trust for Scotland property Grey Mares Tail to do some conservation work there.

First we had the chance to look at the peregrine nest using a live nest camera set up on the hill. Everyone had the chance to use the camera controls to see if they could spot it! 

It was snowing on and off so we played a lots of games to keep warm but that didn't stop us getting to work and doing some path clearance on the path that leads up to the stunning waterfall.

We then hiked up the now cleared path (well part of it at least!!) to see the dramatic falls

Well done everyone!! 

Next Junior Rangers will be on the 9th May at Corehead Farm


Community and Education Officer. 

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