Date(s) - 20/03/2020
10:00 am - 12:30 pm


Conservation & Wildlife

Talk & Walk

Join RSPB Haweswater to explore the nooks, crannies and creatures of gnarly Naddle Forest on the first of our brand new Talk & Walk events for 2020.
Arriving at Naddle Farm, you can enjoy a cup of tea and biscuits whilst you settle in for a fascinating insight into the wildlife of Naddle Forest.
The illustrated talk will feature beautiful camera trap footage and photographs of Naddle’s wild inhabitants, including badgers, foxes, deer and more, the perfect backdrop to watch whilst Heather from RSPB Haweswater explains more about the wonderful wildlife of the forest.
Afterwards, you will embark upon an exclusive guided walk of gnarly Naddle Forest, where you will search for birds, plants, tracks and signs, and of course, red squirrels. You will have the opportunity to ask Heather any questions you have about the wildlife of Haweswater, set in the beautiful Lake District National Park, and to discover how the Haweswater team are enhancing habitats for nature and people.
Binoculars will be available to loan for the walk.
Adults £12
Adults (RSPB members) £10
Under 18’s £8 (suitable for ages 5 and above)
EVENT ADDRESS 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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