Visiting a Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust site was on my #30DaysWild to-do list but I’d been waiting for a weekend presuming that we’d need the car to reach one.
However, today’s walk across the top of the city with my eyes open a bit more than normal, revealed one virtually on my doorstep.
Greetwell Hollow is “one of the last remaining areas of limestone grassland in the county and a haven for wildlife.
“Due to its importance for wildlife, this area is a nature reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).”
I didn’t have time to venture in today but it’s nice to know we have another place to explore that we can reach on foot.