Field Trip – Noar Hill: Wildflowers, Butterflies and General Interest
A trip out to Hampshire Wildlife Trust’s 20 ha nature reserve which was originally formed by medieval chalk workings.
These mounds and hollows have been long colonised by a great variety of chalk downland flowers now rare in the wider countryside.
Bring a packed lunch and stout footwear.
Meet Point: Track to reserve near Charity Farm. There is limited roadside verge parking so please car share if you can.
Grid Ref: SU 737 321
Leader: Mark Trigwell (0781 445 4593)
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