Have you ever wondered why bird’s sing at dawn during spring time? Could you tell the difference between a robins or a great tits song?
Join us for a treasure hunt around the Mini Marshes at RSPB Ham Wall as we try to find out which bird is calling for a mate, and collect more exciting facts about the dawn chorus along the way! For example, which birds could be part of a classical opera, and which ones are repetitive?
This is a fun, family activity designed to give you knowledge on the different birds which sing during the dawn chorus. We won’t be up with the lark for this event – it will be taking place during the day after the dawn chorus has finished.
This event is aimed at families with children aged between 5-12 years. Children will need to be supervised at all times by an adult (aged 18+).
For full information, please check the ticket attached to your booking confirmation email.
Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are: £4.50 for child RSPB members, £5.50 for child RSPB non-members. Please note booking fees apply and are included in the above prices. Please note that dogs are not permitted on some parts of the Mini Marshes. Don’t forget to wrap up warm and be prepared for a little mud (which can make it even more fun!). Admission to Ham Wall naturreserveis free for RSPB members (please display your membership card on the dash of your car), parking fees (£3 all day) apply to non-members.
DATE AND TIME
29/04/2023 10:30 am—11:30 am
Ham Wall Reserve BA6 9SX
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Image credit© Phil Barnes RSPB images
For further information please visit https://events.rspb.org.uk/events/39998 or if you have a specific questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org