Warburg Nature Reserve and Bix Hall Estate – Oxon and Bucks Division
In the morning, we'll visit Warburg Nature Reserve and, in the afternoon, will go to Bix Hall Estate. During the visits, we'll look at the impact of Ash Dieback and the implications of managing sites for wildlife and public recreation. Also, the proactive management of Ash on a mixed Estate with sporting, aesthetic and commercial objectives.
For more information and to book your place on the visit, please contact your local Honorary Secretary, Tim Shardlow, on Tim@nicholsonsgb.com
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