Outing – Knepp Rewilding Project
22 August @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Knepp is a local gem for conservation, showcasing remarkable wildlife achievements within a relatively short timeframe. Among its notable successes is the reintroduction of the White Stork and Knepp has recently started a new project to reintroduce the Beaver to West Sussex.
The area has become a thriving habitat for critically endangered species like Nightingales and Turtle Doves. Peregrine falcons, Ravens, Red Kites, Sparrowhawks, Lesser-spotted Woodpeckers, Skylarks, House Sparrows, and Yellowhammers are also among the diverse array of wildlife that call Knepp home. Furthermore, Longhorn Cattle, Tamworth Pigs, Exmoor Ponies, Red Deer, Fallow Deer, and Roe Deer graze freely across the landscape.
We will visit one evening for a short walk around part of the estate.