Bird Watching for Beginners

Wednesday, April 10th 2013

The second of our Easter Holiday Bird Watching events saw eight visitors spend time in the Field Centre and hides learning some handy identification tips for common garden and woodland birds.  Highlights amongst the 15 species seen from the Field Centre windows were Brambling, Lesser Redpoll, Nuthatch and Siskin.

Special thanks go to Grace who donated £15 to Foxglove after saving her pocket money, this is really very generous and will be put to good use in conservation projects around the reserve.

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