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Birdsong Workshop

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Three Hagges Woodmeadow

York Road

Escrick

YO19 6EE

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We live in a world of noise and often shut our ears to birdsong, relegating it to a background, ambient noise.

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I am delighted to invite you to this magical workshop led by Peter Cowdrey, composer and founder of Planet Birdsong (www.planetbirdsong.org), which will bring birdsong back into the foreground, providing a space for us to listen and understand the voice of the land.

Join Peter on this detailed exploration and learn about the songs, calls and meanings of common bird species at Three Hagges Woodmeadow.

You will be invited to download a bespoke mobile game (android only) by Isak Herman which can be played at leisure which will help memorise and develop a deeper understanding of bird songs and calls.

Kindly supported by Saffery Champness Chartered Accountants.

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Three Hagges Woodmeadow

York Road

Escrick

YO19 6EE

United Kingdom

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Organiser Woodmeadow Trust

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Woodmeadow Trust (formerly known as Hagge Woods Trust), established in 2013 to specifically address this catastrophic decline in biodiversity, is a pioneering charity taking practical action for nature and people by creating ‘woodmeadow’ and inspiring others to plant and look after these exceptional habitats. 

Their flagship site Three Hagges Woodmeadow, near Escrick, York is the centrepiece of their activities and has transformed from a 25-acre arable field into a teeming wildlife habitat.

The creation of woodmeadow, and its recognition as a key conservation habitat, goes a long way to realising the aims of the UK’s 25-year Plan for the Environment. A woodmeadow is one of the richest habitats in temperate Europe. It is a mosaic of trees and grassland and management plays a key part.  Woodmeadows are extremely botanically diverse – in time they can have more than 60 plant species per square metre and the edges are particularly rich in biodiversity.

 

 

 

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