In festivity of the RSPB Dee Estuary save's 40th commemoration, and to stamp International Dawn Chorus Day, go along with us on a guided stroll around Burton Mere Wetlands to encounter the enchantment of the hold awakening as the sun rises. With a brilliant blend of forest and wetlands, there's no better place to encounter the early morning birdsong.
A specialist guide will help distinguish the flying creature calls and melodies around you, in addition to the various sorts of untamed life that makes its home here. Appreciate a hot beverage a while later in the vistor focus, at that point an opportunity to investigate whatever is left of the save without anyone else before it opens at 9am.
Wear solid footwear and warm, layered apparel proper for the climate on the day, and bringing a waterproof layer is constantly shrewd. Keep in mind your binoculars on the off chance that you have a few, else you can procure from us on the day.