An albino hedgehog cared for by Hart Wildlife Rescue (see also below)
David Pottinger writes:
Here are a selection of photos taken at the very popular Wildlife Day held at Fleet Pond yesterday plus some brief explanatory captions. Click each picture for a larger version. These and additional photos taken on the day may also be found on the Fleet Pond Society (FPS) Group site on Flickr.
Pond dipping at the platform installed last year by FPS (see also here)
Pond dipping nearby the platform (seeing what the nets bring up and identifying the results)
The FPS stand, supplying information and advice to the public
Making bird boxes was very popular
Measuring fish caught earlier in the day by the EA
All sizes of fish are in the Pond – here are some extremely small perch
And here are some much larger fish – a very impressive collection!
EA and FPS members going to investigate the aquatic nursery
The very popular refreshment stand manned by the Odiham Scouts (who also help out on our conservation activities as well)
The parade of stalls at the Wildlife Day
Chainsaw woodcarving – an impressive dragonfly (see also here)
Introducing the albino hedgehog to the chainsaw carver (see also above top)
Photo credits: David Pottinger