of a site
Knowledge about a site, its wildlife, its history and its management
will help visitors to appreciate its value and to enjoy the
wildlife all the more.
Information can be given on site though interpretation boards
and off site in the form of leaflets or on websites, from which
perhaps maps of the site and its location can be downloaded.
Guided walks and talks are a popular way of showing and telling
visitors about the important aspects of a site and can also
reach visitors who might otherwise never make a visit.
Interpretation can be general about a site or can concentrate
on a particularly important species, group or habitat.
boards help visitors to understand a site and its wildlife.
information board focusing on a single group of animals.
Sharing knowledge on a guided walk.