Migration walk with a warden at WWT London Wetland Centre
Guided Walk, Sun 24 Sep 2017
Queen Elizabeth Walk,
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This practical session will help you identify different birds and to understand more about them. An expert warden will guide you around the wildlife reserve. The course will focus on birds currently on site, their plumage, calls and behaviour. You’ll get tips on how to watch birds including fieldcraft, what to listen out for and the differences between key species.
WWT London Wetland Centre is a great place to spot bitterns. Another notable bird species is the Cetti's warbler, which, unusually for a warbler, is present all year round. Cetti's warblers rarely nest in central London but bred here for the first time in 2010, raising two broods of chicks on the reserve. We would also expect to see numerous wintering duck species such as shoveler and gadwall, and other seasonal visitors like fieldfares, redwings, mealy and lesser redpolls and siskins.
The walk lasts for an hour and a half. Bring your own binoculars/telescope where possible.
|Sun 24 Sep 2017||09:30 to 11:00|
£10 per person plus admission to the Centre. Booking essential
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The London Wetland Centre is easily accessible by car, situated less than one mile from the South Circular (A205) at Roehampton and the A4 at Hammersmith.
Buses - from Hammersmith tube - 283, 33, 72, 209; Duck Bus
Main line - Barnes (take 33, 72) or Barnes Bridge (take 209).
- Disabled access
- Education/study area
- Gift shop
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Accepts groups