#103 Walking for Wildlife

The big day arrived, and the Dorset Wildlife Trust Walk for Wildlife was blessed with pretty amazing weather, and wonderful walkers.

I was at Durlston for the majority of the day, with my work colleague Rachel doing all the work at the checkpoint while I scanned the skies for ravens, swallows and anything else avian.  It was a mighty impressive effort by all the walkers on their 7 or 13 mile routes, raising funds for the Trust as they did so.

It was great to meet and chat with everyone and put faces to twitter names!  Well done each and every walker, and a huge thank you to all the staff, trainees and volunteers that helped make the day such a great success!

The Durlston checkpoint. I'm not sure there is any checkpoint with a better view - although Dancing Ledge and St Aldhems would possibly claim the same title!

The Durlston checkpoint. I’m not sure there is any checkpoint with a better view – although Dancing Ledge and St Aldhems would possibly claim the same title!

 

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