A Beginner's Guide to Norfolk's Birds

Tuesday 28 November, 2017
A series of six weekly workshops led by Moss Taylor, co-author of The Birds of Norfolk and The Norfolk Bird Atlas, who has been watching, recording and ringing birds in Norfolk for over 50 years.

Each workshop will include a morning session in the Education Centre, followed by a walk around the reserve and hides after lunch.

Each morning session will be divided into two halves, the first will cover a particular aspect of a bird’s life or birding in Norfolk, and the second will be devoted to an understanding and identification of a group of commoner Norfolk birds.

By the end of the course the participants will have learnt about the life histories and identification of over 140 species that occur regularly in the county.

Part 1 - The breeding cycle.
Part 2 - Gulls, terns, owls, swift, woodpeckers, larks & pipits.

Event details

Venue Reserve
This event is taking place at NWT Cley Marshes. Click here to view this reserve's profile.
Time and date information
Tuesday 28 November 10:30am - 2:30pm as part of a six week course.
Each event £15 NWT members, £19 non- members (or book on all 6 events for £80 NWT members, £105 non-members)
Booking information
Booking essential: 01263 740008
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