Date(s) - 25/05/2020
11:00 am - 12:30 pm


Conservation & Wildlife

Bluebells and Woodland Wildlife Walk

Join a guided exploration of Naddle Forest at the most beautiful time of year, as it becomes blanketed in carpets of bluebells.
Join your RSPB Haweswater Guide for an exploration of Naddle Forest to enjoy this lesser-known, tangled bluebell woodland set in the beautiful landscape of Haweswater.
The woodland truly comes alive at this time of year with birds, wildflowers, butterflies, and mammals just waiting to be discovered – including the Lake District’s most renowned mammals; red squirrels.
Sharing their passionate expertise in local wildlife, your RSPB Guide will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the site and the wildlife of the area.
Remember to bring your camera! You are welcome to bring binoculars, however some will be available to loan.This walk is suitable for all ages. Hot and cold drinks will be provided at the end of the walk.
PRE BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL and spaces are limited so please book ealry to avoid disappointment.
Adults £10
RSPB members £8
Under 18’s £5
RSPB Haweswater, Burn Banks, Bampton, Penrith, Cumbria, CA10 2RP. (Exact location of Swindale Valley meeting point provided upon booking)
ENQUIRIES can be direct to RSPB Haweswater Visitor Development Officer Heather at [email protected] or 01931 713376.

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