Date: Saturday 1st November.
Time: 10.00 am
Duration: Approximately 2 hours.
Meeting point: Sorel top car park (on the left).
Bring: Binoculars and suitable outdoor clothing.
To celebrate the arrival of many migrant and wintering birds, we would like to invite you to a birdwatching promenade by the conservation fields near Sorel.
We hope to see and admire the many species that have been arriving on the Island and are flocking to the bird crops. We have planted these crops to provide food for the birds over the winter and at the moment they are attracting a wealth of migrant and wintering birds. Join us in this walk to find them and participate in a discussion about the conservation efforts being carried out to save birds and other wildlife in Jersey.
Featuring: A variety of species such as meadow pipit, linnet, chaffinch, greenfinch, goldfinch, song thrush, and even some elusive ones such as stonechat, skylark and Dartford warbler.
Guest appearance by the red-billed choughs.