Bird watching at Woodlands Farm

Woodlands Farm Trust on Shooters Hill has just published its Autumn 2013 bird report:

Most notable records were a Water Rail heard mid-September with a Snipe, a number of Hobbies and a Common Buzzard also seen that month. December brought Lesser Redpoll, Goldcrest, Blackcap, Fieldfare and Redwing a flock of about 20 Lapwing and a Sparrowhawk. In December there were large flocks of Black Headed Gulls and Woodpigeons and a Peregrine in early January.

The Trust holds regular bird watching walks:

Sunday 20th April 9:15. This is Easter Sunday.

Sunday 27th April at 5:15am DAWN CHORUS WALK, so that is 5:15 AM. Meet at Education Building.

Sunday 11th May 9:15 am

And for a long time ahead, Saturday 6th December 9:15 to see winter thrushes.

For walks meet at the central farmyard, except Dawn Chorus – meet at Education Building.

Woodlands Farm Trust, 331 Shooters Hill, Welling, Kent, DA16 3RP.

Walks are free to Trust members (£2 non-members, £1 under 18). Meet at the Farm. Not suitable for very young children. Wear stout footwear and outdoor clothes. Check for cancellation in the event of bad weather.

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