DATES (2020) - Sat 23rd May


This foraging workshop along the River Dee on the English/Welsh border is a fabulous introduction the some of the most wonderful edible species, but also some of the most poisonous species of plant to grow in the wild in the UK. On this event we will show you how to indentify the edible stuff along with, and perhaps more importantly, learning how to avoid the poisonous plants.


The walk will take in a variety of habitat, from the edge of the river itself, through arable farmland, hedgerows and some woodland, meaning you will encounter a vast array of species at this time of year. We will be getting hands on with many species, learning the ins and outs of how to identify them, use them (or not in the case of the poisonous ones!) and about their folklore.


Our courses are limited to 12 people as this number allows for a good atmosphere and allows David to get to know what each persons knowledge base is and cater to their needs, whether you are a complete novice to foraging or slightly more experienced we can offer everyone a truly great experience.

Edible & Poisonous Estuary

  • Price - £35pp


    Duration - 10am - 2pm


    Dates (2020) - Sat 23rd May


    Tour Guide -  David Winnard


    Location - Dee Estuary, nr Queensferry. Details on where to meet will be given upon booking.


    What to bring - A good pair of walking boots is advisable, a packed lunch and drinks. Clothing to suit the weather of the day. Many people find it helpful to bring a notebook or camera to make notes of all the plants we see.

  • In the event that Discover the Wild has to cancel an event due to extreme weather a full refund will be given. A full refund will also be given if the event for any reason has to be cancelled by Discover the Wild. If you decide you can not make the event then you can be moved on to another event date, but a refund will only be given if Discover the Wild can fill your spaces on the event.

Tel. 07533 132 129 


Manchester, Cheshire, Deeside & North Wales

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