Join us on a walk around RSPB Ham Wall as we listen out for the booming call of male bitterns, and try to spot them in the reeds or flying overhead! All whilst learning about the history of RSPB Ham Wall nature reserve, and the conservation work to help restore habitats for bitterns.
A fun event designed to arm you with knowledge of the elusive bittern and the wetlands habitat they live in.
For further information please click on the following link https://events.rspb.org.uk/hamwall
How to get involved Booking is essential - this is a ticket only event. Advance booking only. Ticket prices: Adult RSPB member - £8 Adult non RSPB member - £10 Child RSPB member - £4 Child Non RSPB member - £5 Please note a non refundable booking fee will apply. Admission to Ham Wall nature reserve is free for RSPB members (please display membership cards on your dashboard), parking fees (£3 all day) apply to non-members. Accessibility Warm clothes and sturdy walking shoes are required. The walk includes rough and uneven grass paths unsuitable for wheels. Suitable for ages 10+. Dogs are not permitted on the walk. Please note that it may not be possible to stay 2m apart from other walk participants at all times. Where
Ham Wall Nature Reserve
BA6 9SXOrganised By RSPB Further Information For further information please visit the link in the events section at the top of this page or if you have a specific question please email us at ham.wall.org.uk Image credit: © Ben Andrews (rspb-images.com)