Bexley RSPB: programme of local bird walks

The Bexley group of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is by far and away the largest wildlife/nature group in the Borough, so encouraging its members and other local residents to take a keener interest in the value of local sites and their protection is a key issue. To deliver on that objective, a series of bird walks to a variety of sites and habitats in Bexley has been arranged for the coming months.

Nuthatch in Bexley Woods (Photo: Ralph Todd)

Nuthatch in Bexley Woods (Photo: Ralph Todd)

Tuesday 20th October Danson Park – 9.30-12.30 meet Stables Car Park

Thursday 5th November – River Shuttle and Bexley Woods – 9.30 – 12.30 – meet Hartford Road end of Love Lane

Tuesday 5th January 2016 – Foots Cray Meadows 9.30-12.30 – Leafield Lane

Tuesday 26th January – Hall Place/Crayford Rough 9.30-12.30 – meet Hall Place Sports Hall car park.

The above walks will be led by Ralph and Brenda Todd.

Saturday 19th March – East Wickham Open Space 9.00-12.00 meet Camdale Road Plumstead. (There may be a second walk here later in the spring – this has yet to be confirmed).

In addition, there is a London Natural History Society birdwatching meeting at Crossness, looking for migrants, on Sunday October 4th. Leader George Kalli. Meet 10.00 Belvedere station. Non-members are welcome.

All the above events are free and non-members of these groups are welcome.

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