Visitors learn about shoreline wildlife

Visitors from Latvia and Greece along with Anthony Johnston, Northumberland Wildlife Trust Estates Project Officer (back row, fourth left) and Alex Lister, Northumberland Wildlife Trust Druridge Bay Estates Officer (back row, fourth right, next to lady in pink hat) on their trip to Hauxley earlier this week.
Visitors from Latvia and Greece along with Anthony Johnston, Northumberland Wildlife Trust Estates Project Officer (back row, fourth left) and Alex Lister, Northumberland Wildlife Trust Druridge Bay Estates Officer (back row, fourth right, next to lady in pink hat) on their trip to Hauxley earlier this week.
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A NATURE reserve bustling with birdlife has played host to European visitors.

Ten visitors from Greece and Latvia visited Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Hauxley reserve near Druridge Bay as part of an educational trip.

It was funded by Northumberland Coast and Lowlands Leader Parks Protection 2 Project and included lectures, field visits and tours.

There was particular focus on the challenges of managing shoreline habitats in the area, while maintaining the sustainability of the visitor offer.

There will be return visits for Northumberland programme participants to Latvia and Greece.