Birds to benefit from new trees at nature reserve

A total of 6,500 hedging trees have been planted at Northumberland Wildlife Trust's Hauxley nature reserve.
A total of 6,500 hedging trees have been planted at Northumberland Wildlife Trust's Hauxley nature reserve.
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Northumberland Wildlife Trust volunteers have been making the most of the sunny weather by planting 6,500 hedging trees at the organisation’s Hauxley nature reserve.

Situated next to the recently purchased new piece of land, the trees will eventually screen the area off from the new circular walk to ensure that the array of birds visiting the site are not startled by walkers. Covering some 700 metres, it took the volunteers six days to plant them.