I have been out and about today in the Queslett Nature Reserve with a BCC Ecologist officer looking at how it could be made better for local wild life, like hedgehogs, bats, owls and amphibians for example.
There is a lot of work hard work to do but with the support of the brilliant Friends of the Queslett Nature Reserve and the good will of those who care on the Birmingham City Council, it, can be done.
A reserve like this is needed for the future generations to come in order that they can enjoy the wild life it will hopefully one day have in it.
The FQNR volunteers are a rare breed of people more interested in rolling their sleeves up and getting something done than just complaining.
With their help in time the Queslett Nature Reserve could become a real oasis in a mass of urban development.