The annual Winter Wonderland Walk at Langford is going to be happening on 3rd December. I'll be leading the walk and we'll be exploring parts of the reserve not currently open to the public, looking for exciting winter wildlife on the way. Members - £8 adults, £4 children, Non-Members - £10 adults, £5 children. The walk will be starting at 13:30 in the Langford Lowfields car park. Booking is essential 01636 893611 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is never any guarantee as to what will be seen on the walks, but today was an amazing day for wildlife at Langford and even the fact I managed to fill both my wellies with freezing reedbed water didn't dampen the excitement of my wintery water-level-and-restoration-area-checking wander round the reserve... Bearded tits, green sandpiper, kingfisher, wigeon, redshank, bittern, water rail, marsh harrier, roe deer, barn owl and at least 20000 starlings in various groups doing a bit of sky dancing before going down to roost. Isn't Langford brilliant.
The incredible photo below, of a Langford bearded tit was taken by Lionel Reyes