Join RSPB Ham Wall Site Manager Steve, as part of Somerset Festival of Nature, for a special walk to discover more about the history and wildlife of Ham Wall as part of our celebrations of 25 years as a RSPB reserve. Ham Wall and the Avalon Marshes are one of the most important wetlands in the country. We will be going in search of some of the amazing birds that make their home here including bitterns, marsh harriers and great white egrets.
Booking essential. Booking fees apply.
RSPB members £8; Non RSPB members £10
RSPB child members £4; Non RSPB child £5
(Suitable for children 12+ who must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
£4 – £8How to get involved Please note that the walk takes place on some rough terrain and is approximately 2 miles in length. Accessibility Wear suitable clothing for the weather conditions long sleeved shirts and trousers and stout walking shoes are recommended. Please expect some standing about so dress in warm layers as it can be very cold. Where
Ham Wall reserve
Glastonbury, BA6 9SX United Kingdom