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Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre

01588676060
Event Start :
Jun 19th 2024 9:30am
Event End :
Jun 19th 2024 11:30am

Summer Migrants and Bird Song Walk

Join local nature and bird watching walk leader, Dave Pearce, as you look to see birds throughout the riverside Onny Meadows with wild flowers, woodlands and ponds. Focussing on Summer migrants and listening for bird song, Dave will guide you around our site which is home to a huge variety of special birds and one of the best places to see species such as Reed Warblers, Kingfishers and many more.

£8 per person

Booking essential, book online at www.shropshirehillsdisoverycentre.co.uk

Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide Dogs
  • Entrance Flat No Steps
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