Guided Wildlife Walk: Sat 12th Oct 2024 – Autumn migration: Incredible journeys


Mid-October is the most unpredictable period for birdwatchers. Most summer migrants would have already made their escape to warmer climes, but winter thrushes should be arriving or passing through. It’s the best time of year for a Siberian vagrant so fingers crossed.  Coastal bushes are often alive with birds, so we’ll explore nearby sites.

Leaders: John Grant and David Walsh

  • Starting at 8:30am with tea and coffee at the Froize.
  • Includes a delicious two course lunch at the Froize (please inform us of your dietary requirements).

Numbers are limited – Early booking advised.