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Christmas bird hunt on the Heath

Last modified: 20 November 2014

Boy in hat smiling in snow

Get some crisp Christmas air and burn off energy with us at Farnham Heath

Image: Kaleel Zibe

It’s approaching that time of year where everything’s frosty and festive, and you’re invited to help us track down where Christmas birds live.

Young supporters accepting the offer will aid our team scouring Farnham Heath for clues to find the elusive festive Christmas birds hiding on the reserve.

Every young hunter who’s booked to take part gets to take home their very own mini Christmas tree grown on the reserve.

Costing just £1 per child, the hunt gets underway on Saturday 20th December, starting at 1 pm from the RSPB Farnham Heath nature reserve portacabin office at the Rural Life Centre. There's plenty of parking available. 

Some of the footpaths may be a bit wet and muddy so bring suitable footwear (it is December after all).

Booking is essential, contact Alex Dodds at alexandra.dodds@rspb.org.uk or call the office on 01252 795 632 

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