Wildlife at Cavenham Heath, evening guided walk
BOOKING ESSENTIAL - car parking is limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
The walk is free but donations welcome.
Join our friendly, expert guides from the RSPB and Natural England on this fantastic opportunity to discover more about the autumn wildlife in the unique habitat of the Brecks.
All welcome – from experienced to beginners. Wear stout footwear, bring a torch, and binoculars if you have them.
We’ll be enjoying the heather and the last of the summer flowers and watching out for migrant birds, birds of prey and woodlarks, a Brecks specialty species. Of course we’ll also be keeping a close lookout for stone-curlews which use Cavenham Heath as a communal roosting site before departing to spend the winter around the Mediterranean basin. The stone-curlew truly is a Brecks “flagship” species. Come along to learn about our work to provide a sustainable future for this enigmatic and rare bird.
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