Sunday 12th January 2020 – Bradford-on-Avon and Avoncliff, S. Wiltshire

The area between Bradford-on-Avon and Avoncliff has not been surveyed well for its bryophytes but should be interesting. Habitats include riverside trees and bridges, scrub, drystone walls, old limestone woodland and the Kennet & Avon Canal. Barton Bridge was the first place the rare moss Dialytrichia saxicola was found on the River Avon several years ago and we should see this species and many others.

Meet at the western (river) end of the large station pay-and-display car park in Bradford-on-Avon at ST 8234 6065. The path along the riverbank can get very muddy so wellies are recommended.

Leader: Sharon Pilkington

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