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Wednesday 24th April 2024

9:30am – 12.30pm 

Free – Donations welcome

Booking Essential – please email Ralph Todd – rbtodd@btinternet.com

Join the RSPB Bexley Group for a stroll around Hall Place Gardens to look for resident and summer visitors including Mallard, Geese, Grey Wagtail and if lucky, a Kingfisher.  Other species often seen are Jays, Thrushes, Robins, Kestrel, Buzzard and Sparrowhawk and the first summer migrants, Chiffchaff, Blackcap and possibly Whitethroat might be setting up territories so listening out for song will be an added endeavour. Led by Nicky Wilson

Booking essential (please email Ralph Todd rbtodd@btinternet.com to book a place)

Location:  Located outside in the gardens and playing fields. Meet in Hall Place car park, Bourne Road Bexley, DA5 1PQ.

Who would like this: Anyone with an interest in wildlife and birds. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

What to bring : Please dress for the weather and wear appropriate shoes for walking the site over uneven ground and grass areas.

Accessibility & Facilities: This event is held on a mix accessible flat pathways, and across uneven grass over a large area of the main parkland/ meadows. There is a café and toilets in the Visitor Centre including disabled toilet and baby change. Please follow this link for information on mobility access https://www.hallplace.org.uk/accessibility/