Put on your walking boots, grab your binoculars and sharpen your hearing! Join us for a bird walk as we search for all the different birds that make Morden Hall Park their home in early February.
On a dry, sunny day we might see Redwings, Song thrushes, Wrens, Robins, Great Tits and Blue Tits. At this time of the year the birds are preparing to mate so there will hopefully be plenty of bird song to listen to. The males will be marking their territory and calling for a mate by attempting to be the loudest. It is likely to be the last chance to see Redwings before they fly back to Scandinavia in the Springtime. The waterfowl should also be very active as they prepare their nests on the island. You may even spot The Greater Spotted Woodpecker knocking on trees and calling for a mate.
Meet in front of the Snuff Mill. Bring your own binoculars if you have them and walking shoes. Suitable for ages 14 & up. Walking pace is slow.
Limited to 15 people per walk
- Booking details
Call 0344 249 1895
Suitable for 14+
- Meeting point
in front of the Snuff Mill
- What to bring and wear
The event will take place outside, please dress appropriately for the weather. Bring binoculars if you have some – if not, we will have some pairs if you would like to borrow.
Route is fully accessible. Please see the access page on our website for our full access statement. Only assistance dogs.
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