Bexley RSPB visit to Thames Road Wetland

Just 6 of us turned out early on a dull morning with rain forecast, for a walk down the river Cray from Crayford town centre and around Thames Road Wetland, but it’s probably about the best number for keeping people engaged given the narrowness of most of the paths. It’s a quiet time for birds and the lack of sun kept the insects and reptiles hidden away, but hopefully the participants will now take a closer look at the site when passing by and report any interesting sightings.

Ralph and Brenda Todd report on the walk:

http://www.bexleywildlife.org/bexley-rspb-visit-to-thames-road-wetland/

Download the PDF file .

 

 

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