RSPB

CANCELLED due to Risk from Corona Virus Day trip to Pagham Harbour

Sunday 23 August

10.00 am

Price: Free

A day trip to Pagham Harbour, a glorious and peaceful nature reserve, one of the few undeveloped stretches of the Sussex coast, and an internationally important wetland site for wildlife. It's a big, sheltered inlet that fills and empties with each tide, with wild ducks, geese and wading birds flighting to and fro. With a wealth of wildlife, beautiful landscapes and a rich historical heritage, it is a great place to get away from it all. There is something of interest all year round. Resident species include little egrets, ringed plovers and lapwings. In spring and autumn all sorts of migrant birds pass through. In the summer, lapwings and little terns breed, and butterflies flit along the hedgerows, dragonflies patrol the ponds, and lizards bask in the sun.

Please note: this event is run by an RSPB volunteer group and is organised for interested members of the local community.

Directions

Meet in the Sidlesham Information Centre Car Park (SZ 857 966 OS Landranger map 197)
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Where is it?

  • Postcode: PO20 7NE
  • County: Hampshire

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