Our local badger Snufflebrock has been out and about this week enjoying the new Peregrine Trail on the reserve. As you can see this clever creature has a good eye (or nose) for hunting out the answers to the peregrine questions located along the footpath to the watch site. Answer all the trail questions and hand your question sheet to the ranger at the peregrine watch site for a certificate of completion and to be in with a chance of winning places on a family badger watch this summer to see all of Snufflebrock’s family at their home on the reserve!
The trail will be open for all kids throughout the breeding season until the watch site closes in July with question sheets available in our Falls of Clyde visitor centre in New Lanark, but don’t put it off! Head down to the reserve this weekend and follow the signs to see the nesting peregrines above Corra Linn.
More information about the peregrines, the reserve and all out events is available on our website: http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/visit/visitor-centres/falls-of-clyde/
Hope to see you out on the reserve soon!
Alex Kekewich – Falls of Clyde Seasonal Ranger
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Our local badger Snufflebrock has been out and about this week enjoying the new Peregrine Trail on the reserve. As you can see this clever creature has a good eye …