Join us on Friday 7th April 2017 for a Nature Walk around the beautiful landscape of the Forest of Dean.

The walk will last around 3 hours and are available for anyone of any age. The location is at an easy walking level and will be at a gentle pace with opportunties to stop at any point during the route. Martin will be on hand to answer any questions, help with identification, and offer advice on the best techniques. We would advise bringing comfortable walking boots and packable waterproofs, as the English weather is always a little unpredicatable.

There will be a range of Swarovski available for you to try out but you are more than welcome to bring your own with you. If you have been considering a pair Swarovski binoculars or a scope this would be the perfect opportunity to compare out in the wilderness.

More about the location....

Located in the heart of the Forest of Dean, these adjoining sites are made up of of woodland, lake, marsh and heathland.  The diverse habitat supports a variety of birds, insects, reptiles and amphibians and makes for an interesting and enjoyable walk at any time of year.  In early April we are likely to encounter hirundines hawking over the lake and newly arrived Tree Pipits displaying over the heathland. Crossbills are often encountered and in recent years the wintering Great Grey Shrike has lingered into April.

Spaces are limited to 15 so please book today to avoid missing out.....

Spaces available = 7

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Further details on meeting time, parking, and meeting point will be confirmed by email 1 week before the event is due to take place.

Terms & Conditions

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult and both must book a place.

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