We are open everyday and its free to visit. Dogs welcome but must be on leads.
Sunday 26th May at 10:30am. Spring butterflies guided walk. Your chance to see some amazing butterflies this spring. Will the elusive Dingy Skipper be on the wing? Will our Marsh Fritillary caterpillars be pupating? Will our woodland rides be crammed with Orange-tips and Green-veined Whites?.....they were last week! FREE EVENT
Curlew, Woodcock, Skylark, Linnet, Barn Owl, Otter and Sedge Warbler are just some of the stunning wildlife at Watchtree right now.
Bring your cameras and get snapping - submit to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll consider the images for our 2014 calendar. This Barn Owl, apart from being very photogenic, loves the camera! (images Tim lawrence). Short-eared Owl also sighted recently!
What we do: School based environmental education, orienteering courses and sessions, children holiday activities, Watchtree Wheelers, Cafe, Bird hides, Conservation management, Volunteering (every Wednesday at 10:30am), John Muir Award.
Watchtree Country Fair 2013.
If you missed last years 'Fair' then have no fear. On August 18th 2013 we shall be holding the 'WATCHTREE SHOW'. If you have a skill or wish to support our 'show' please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
See our Whats On page for full list of events in 2012/2013
We sell a great cup of coffee including cappuccino, latte and mocaccino. Flapjacks and juices also available. Grab your cup at any time but I find they taste better after a stroll through the woodlands!
Tim Lawrence (Manager) email@example.com