AUTUMN MIGRATION WALK – Dungeness Nature Reserve

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15th Nov 2017


Come and see the wildlife migration in action as birds and insects come to Dungeness Nature Reserve for the winter to escape colder climates and leave for warmer places elsewhere.

This is the perfect time of year to see the crossing over of different species.  Watch as sand martins gather in their hundreds to feed up before they leave for Africa.  Keep an eye out for a rare wader which might pop in en route too.  Towards the winter, watch as our duck and geese numbers build up on the lakes.

Join our friendly and knowledgeable guide on a walk around the reserve and learn about why Dungeness is part of an important migration route for a huge variety of birds and wildlife.

CHARGE:  £7 per adult.  £3.50 per child.  20% discount for RSPB members.

LEADER: RSPB Dungeness (01797 320588).

MEET: Dungeness Nature Reserve, Boulderwall Farm, Dungeness Road, Lydd, TN29 9PN.

DURATION: 2 hours.

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