Learn to tell a wigeon from a teal, or a pintail from a pochard at RSPB Ham Wall!
Join us on a walk around the reserve as we try to spot as many different species of duck as we can, and learn more about the different migrant and native ducks which you can find at RSPB Ham Wall during the autumn and winter.
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. For more information on accessibility at Ham Wall please see https://www.accessibilityguides.org/content/rspb-ham-wall-0
How to get involved
Booking is essential – this is a ticket only event. Advance booking only. Ticket prices are Adult RSPB member £8.00, Adult non RSPB member £10.00, Child RSPB member £4.00, Child Non RSPB member £5.00. Please note a non refundable 50p booking fee applies per ticket. 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. What’s the refund policy? If unforeseen circumstances cause RSPB Ham Wall to cancel an event, all ticket holders will be informed and a full refund will be issued. Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the event start date. Refunds are subject to an administration fee. We do not offer refunds for cancellations made within 7 days of the event.AccessibilityFor further information on accessibility please visit the link in the first section.
Organised By RSPB
For further information please visit https://events.rspb.org.uk/events/21686 or if you have a specific question please email us email@example.com
Adult RSPB member £8.00, Adult non RSPB member £10.00, Child RSPB member £4.00, Child Non RSPB member £5.00
DATE AND TIME
10 – 12:30pm, 4th December 2022
Ham Wall Nature Reserve, BA6 9SX
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Booking is essential – this is a ticket only event. Advance booking only.
For more information on accessibility at Ham Wall please see https://www.accessibilityguides.org/content/rspb-ham-wall-0
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