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Woodland Birdsong Walk: Sunday 16th April

You are invited to attend a free Spring-time guided walk through Padbury Millennium Woods to listen to and learn to identify the songs and calls of birds in the woods. Blackbird, robin, dunnock, chaffinch, blue-tit, great-tit, wren, song-thrush, chiff-chaff and green woodpecker can all be seen and heard in the woods, and buzzards and red kites are often sighted from there. The walks will be led by a friend of the Greener Padbury Group, Steve Doman. Steve has a life-long interest in birds, butterflies and moths and is passionate about all wildlife and nature. Steve will introduce and identify the calls and songs of birds as they are heard, and will give tips to aid memory and recognition. He will offer insights in to behaviour, habitats, food sources, nests etc, and will be happy to answer questions from participants.

There will be an early morning walk starting at 5.30 am and an evening walk starting at 7.30 pm. Both walks will start at the play area on Main Street. Please bring your own binoculars and refreshments. See below for booking information. There is no charge but places are limited.

All welcome, novice and experts alike.

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