Titchwell Marsh will help you watch the birdies
Learn to tell your blackbirds from your blue tits and your house sparrows from your starlings on a walk around RSPB Titchwell Marsh in preparation for the Big Garden Birdwatch.
The aim will be to see how many different garden and woodland birds you can spot and learn about their different behaviours.
A fun, family event designed to arm you with basic knowledge on how to identify garden and woodland birds with added tips on how to attract birds to your outdoor space.
Once you are comfortable with the basics your friendly guide will take you further onto the reserve to observe common seasonal birds and other wildlife.
Money raised through purchases at these events helps the RSPB nature reserve teams to continue to deliver their wildlife conservation work, advocacy, education and allows thousands of people every year to get closer to nature.
The walk is on every Friday in January, 10-11.30am and costs £12 (RSPB members £10). Tickets include a hot tea or filter coffee plus a complimentary copy of a Birdwatcher’s Field List to get you started on recording birds all year round. Binoculars would be an advantage and can be hired from the reserve shop.
Reserve entry is free for RSPB members, entry fees apply to non-members but is included in the ticket price.