NATURE fans are being invited to hear the call of the wild and spend a mid-summer night under the stars.
The Forestry Commission is staging a first ever sleep-over in Chambers Farm Wood, near Wragby, this Saturday, June 18.
The back-to-nature event will see folk camp in the woods and cook over an open-fire.
Debbie Lincoln, a herbalist from Metheringham, will also lead a walk to discover the medicinal and nutritional properties of plants and herbs.
And there will be a touch of nightlife too, as experts go in search of bats, using special detectors, and badgers may also make an appearance.
“At first glance, spending a night in the woods might seem intimidating, but all that’s needed is a bit of confidence and know-how,” said Ranger Hannah Darcel.
“With a bit of knowledge nature is more bountiful than foreboding.
“This is a great way to tap into the wisdom of our ancestors and enjoy a stress busting over-nighter in the woods.”
Booking is essential on 01623 822447 and the cost is just £25, with food and refreshments included.