Liverpool City Region is My Part of The Nature Connection World and so far my first 6 Nature Connection Walks that I have published as events on Nature Connection World have been split equally between the Wirral Coast and the Sefton Coast in Liverpool City Region.
The Highlights of my 3 Wirral Coast Nature Connection Walks are walking across West Kirby beach at low tide to The Hilbre Islands – to Little Eye (first island) then to Middle Eye (second island) then on to Hilbre Island (the largest of the three islands). This is Great for watching and listening to the wide variety of birds and also for spotting seals. The views of North Wales and over the Irish Sea are Lovely. Walking up The Wirral Way nature trail to Wirral Country Park, Tinkers Dell micro jungle and The Dungeon Wood gorge and mini waterfall are also Great features of my Nature Connection Walks along the Wirral Coast.
The Highlights of my 3 Sefton Coast Nature Connection Walks are Forest Bathing amongst the Pine Trees in The Mersey Coastal Forest / Sefton Coast Woodlands between Ainsdale Sand Dunes National Nature Reserve & National Trust Formby Red Squirrel / Freshfield Nature Reserve and Barefoot Earthing / Grounding on the beach that runs alongside the coastal woodlands. The Squirrel Walk by National Trust Formby Victoria Road entrance is a Wonderful place to watch Red Squirrels.
There are many Good Urban Parks for Nature Connection in Liverpool City Region – Birkenhead Park is The World’s First Publicly Funded Park and Chavasse Park will be known as Chavassic Park this Spring 2019 as A Dinosaur Invasion will be Unleashed at LIverpool ONE…….
This is My Part of The Nature Connection World and I would LOVE to hear about yours too
Michael VJ Jones ‘GreenMoments’ Enjoys promoting the benefits of Nature Connection from a ‘Nearby Nature’ point of view and also ‘GreenMomentsUK’ promoting UK Places to Enjoy GreenMoments NatureConnection. He has specific interests in Nature Connection Walks, Forest Bathing and Barefoot Earthing / Grounding and bringing this into modern UK Culture.