There was a fantastic turnout for the nest box workshop, held in Torver on February 22nd. Thirty one boxes were made in the session attended by around forty adults and children, helped by our excellent volunteers Les, Molly & Diana. The birds of the catchment (and beyond) will have some new homes this spring. It certainly shows how interested people are in helping the wildlife around them.
The Eco-Group at Penny Bridge Academy also made six boxes so with the 15 from the workshop, 21 boxes have been put up around Brown Howe and Blea Brows in the woodlands along side Coniston Water. Fingers crossed the locals (birds) like them!