Moorland Safari

- September 3rd, 2020


When:
April 4, 2014 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
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Where:
Trough of Bowland

Join us on the United Utilities Bowland estate for a walk
along one of the Forest of Bowland’s most stunning valleys
to learn more about the international importance of the
area for birds of prey and the rare upland habitat they call
home during the spring and summer. Birds to look out for
during the morning will include the elusive ring ouzel, a
regular breeder in the valley; our smallest bird of prey, the
merlin and, if you are incredibly lucky, you may also be
rewarded with a sighting of England’s rarest bird of prey,
and emblem of the AONB, the enigmatic hen harrier.
Bring a packed lunch and don’t forget your binoculars if
you have some. Suitable for children 10 years and over if
accompanied by an adult.
Booking essential. Please contact the RSPB on
01524 581001 or email fariha.quraishi@rspb.org.uk
£5, 4 to 5 hours, terrain guide 4, 5 miles
(Note that location shown on map is not exact – please contact organiser for accurate location.)

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