Book Now for Early Spring Field Trips

These are the trips I will be running this early spring. 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.

Friday 3rd February– Pulborough Brooks RSPB, West Sussex
Wildfowl hotspot with plenty of extra interest

Thursday 9th February– The Burgh, West Sussex FULL
Famous for raptors and owls

Friday 3rd March – Hayling Island, Hampshire FULL
Big wader variety, lots of tame Brent Geese

Thursday 9th March– Thursley and Frensham Common, Surrey FULL
Heathland birds such as possible Dartford Warbler, even Great Grey Shrike

Thursday 14th March– Ebernoe Common, West Sussex FULL
Lots of bird song in this gorgeous, secluded woodland site

Tuesday 21st March – Lower Test Marshes, Hampshire
Lots of bird song, chance of Water Pipit, Green Sandpiper

Thursday 6th April– Pagham Herbour, West Sussex FULL
Should be great for early migrants and much more

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

Friday 24th February- New Forest Finch Safari   1 place left
Potentially 10 species, including Crossbill and Hawfinch

Friday 31st March – Thatcham Reedbeds, Newbury, Berkshire FULL
Great range of birds and spring everywhere

Tuesday 11th April – Keyhaven and Pennington Marshes, Hampshire  1 place left
Expect 70-80 species in migrant hotspot

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

25th January – Higher Hyde Heath, Wareham
1st February – Moors Valley Country Park, Ashley Heath
8th February – Holme Bridge, Wareham
22nd February – Arne RSPB reserve
1st March – Upton Country Park
8th March – Studland
15th March – Blandford (+ Otters, hopefully)
22nd March – Radipole Lake RSPB
5th April – Hengistbury Head

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