Young Birders Walk

The Trust has teamed up with Woolston Eyes Conservation Group for this month's Bespolka Young Birders Walk on the 20 July

The Woolston Eyes Nature Reserve is a permit-only facility situated to the east of Warrington between the River Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal. Home to the Black-necked Grebe and the Willow Tit, the Reserve will be opening its gates to ten young birders.

The walk around beds three and four will be led by Young Ambassador, Elliot Montieth, and Brian Martin from the conservation group. It will start from the main gates at 9 am. A bird ringing demonstration will be led by the Reserve's ringing team. 

Places are limited so if you are, or know of, a young birder aged 12-18 who would love to enjoy this experience please contact Elliot:

Evening view from John Morgan Hide


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