Book now for Autumn 2016 Trips

These are the trips I will be running this autumn. They are open to all and are chosen to showcase the best of the season. Please do book up early to get your place.

To make a booking, please e-mail For more information on each trip, click under its entry in Events.

10.30am-4.00pm unless stated otherwise. £15 per person per day. Bring packed lunch. Book early – places limited.

Tuesday 11th October – Adur Estuary, Shoreham, West Sussex
Good variety of habitats, birds to match

Thursday 20th October – West Wittering, West Sussex FULL
Big wader variety, lots of tame Brent Geese

Friday 11th November – Hook with Warsash, Hampshire FULL
For waders close up

Friday 25th November – Chidham and Cobnor, West Sussex
Great waterbird site, good for Merlin

Thursday 1st December – The Burgh, West Sussex
Famous for raptors and owls

Friday 9th December – Titchfield Haven, Hampshire
Birding in comfort for Avocets, waders, Marsh Harrier

Tuesday 13th December – Wisley and Papercourt, Surrey FULL
Come for half a day (£7.50) or the full one. Good Christmas shopping and birding

Special trips for small groups only. £25 per person.
10.30am-4.00pm. Bring packed lunch. Book early – places very limited.

Tuesday 27th September – Keyhaven and Pennington Marshes, Hampshire
Expect 70-80 species in migrant hotspot

Thursday 3rd November – East Meon, West Sussex
For winter raptors, our first visit at this season

Tuesday 15th November – Thorney Island, West Sussex
Long healthy walk for sensational bird variety

£8 per person per trip. Open to all. Please book. 10.00am-12.00pm.

12th October – Longham Lakes, Ferndown, Dorset CANCELLED
19th October – Morden Bog, near Wareham
2nd November – Middlebere
9th November – Crichel Lake, near Wimborne
16th November – Lodmoor
23rd November – Stanpit Marsh, Christchurch
30th November – Durlston Country Park, Swanage
7th December – Poole Park and Baiter

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