Back in 2010 our wonderful friend Ray Kimber started a project called Ray's Rambles in which he had to record as many species of wildlife as possible on or from the reserve.
Ray's Rambles went on for four years, and well over 1,300 species were noted. Most of these were found while Ray was volunteering at the reserve.
Ray has challenged himself once again and the challenge this time is to try and record 1,000 species during 2020 as a regular visitor and member. A report, including a list of the species noted, will appear on this blog at the end of each month. So, if you meet him out on the reserve and have found something of interest, please tell him because it may be the species that helps him reach his goal!
Photo: Ray Kimber
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