Start: March 1, 2020
10:00 am
End: March 1, 2020
12:30 pm

Event Venue

Newtown Nature Reserve, Town Lane, Newtown PO30 4PA

GPS: 50.718917, -1.4073989999999




Learn all about birds, from spotting them to song identification, and discover the seasonal migrants of Newtown on our two mile gentle, guided walk.

If you’re new to birdwatching, then join our short guided walk around the creeks, meadows and woods of Newtown.

Discover which birds have arrived for the winter and which live here all year round. Learn how to identify their birdsong and record those that you’ve seen.

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

Call 01983 741020 to book.

Suitable for the whole family.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

Meet at 10am at Newtown Visitor Point, next to the National Trust car park, PO30 4PA (SZ 423 906).

We will go out whatever the weather, so please wear suitable footwear and warm, waterproof clothing.

Bring a hot drink and a snack if you wish, and binoculars if you have them.

Please be aware that paths are flat but some can be wet, muddy and uneven. A

lthough the Mercia Seabroke hide is wheelchair accessible, the path to the hide is slightly sloping and rough.

Fees & Tickets
Suggested Donation
£3.00

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