Reptile and Amphibian Walk at Waterhall
Join us for a leisurely stroll around Brighton & Hove’s newest nature reserve where we’ll be looking for reptiles and amphibians. From Adders to Toads we’re lucky enough to have several different species of these fascinating cold blooded creatures that call Waterhall home. Experts in the field will guide you around hoping to catch a glimpse of reptiles basking on the grassland and checking the dew pond for amphibian life. They will be sharing their knowledge about these incredible species lives, why they are so important and how you could help us conserve them.
As this is a wildlife walk, we ask for no dogs please.
Meet us at the old golf course clubhouse.
The postcode listed in this event is inaccurate! It will take you to Saddlescombe Road but a link to the exact meeting point can be found by clicking HERE or use What3words reference ///shape.lamp.beard. The entrance to Waterhall is approximately 400m past the turn off to Devil’s Dyke if coming from the A27 Hove roundabouts.
Parking is free. Pedestrian access to site is easiest across the A27 footbridge from the Green Ridge Windmill to Waterhall Rugby Club then up the chalk track to the clubhouse.
This event is weather dependent. If there is rain or a lot of cloud cover, then we will have to cancel the event and rearrange for another time. We will email you via the address you provide when signing up to this event to let you know if we need to cancel.
Wilding Waterhall is part of the wider Changing Chalk partnership project led by the National Trust and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.