Birding for Beginners at Fairburn Ings
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Join Andy Chapman on this wildlife walk around Fairburn Ings to learn more about the birds that make their home here.
The walks will change with the seasons; in April we'll be looking for the last of our spring visitors, keeping an eye out for rarer migrant species passing through. In October the focus shifts to how to identify the huge range of ducks and wildfowl which migrate from the North to overwinter.
This is a lovely introduction to the basics of birdwatching and identification, it also includes a bacon, sausage or egg bap and hot drink to warm up and chat at the end.
This walk should last approximately 2.5 hours, please dress for the weather with good footwear.
As a charity, your event fee supports everything we do to save nature.
What should I bring to this event?
- Membership cards if you have them
- A torch if you have one (we can provide them)
- Warm clothing and sturdy footwear
- Dogs are not allowed due to the nature of the event
Is there anything I need to let you know?
- Please inform us in advance if you are bringing a wheelchair or a pushchair so we can ensure the event is suitable for you where possible.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Photo credit: John Bridges