Are slow worms a snake or a lizard? Come and find out! Learn how to recognise slow worm habitat and how to identify these animals from other reptile species. Meet at Bay Bridge Picnic Site (24 miles northwest of Durham City centre. The site is located near the B6306 near Blanchland. From Blanchland head west for ½ mile.
The site is signposted from the road. Nearest postcode (DH8 9UB). Suitable for ages 10 and over, sturdy footwear essential. To book call the Durham Wildlife Trust Office on 0191 584 3112 or visit www.durhamwt.co.uk. Further details will be provided on booking. This course is part of the Geology & Wildlife Surveyors Project delivered through the Land of Oak & Iron, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.