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Druridge Pools Nature Reserve

Cresswell

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Enjoy a walk between the Northumberland Wildlife Trust sites of Druridge Pools and East Chevington as we aim to see as many wildfowl species as possible in one morning. Among these, we hope to see Whooper Swan, Pintail, Pink-footed Goose, Shoveler, White-fronted Goose and possibly, Smew. Given the diverse nature of these sites, you never quite know what you may encounter, and attendees may also see Twite, Snow Bunting, Bittern and a variety of mammals.

Led by local naturalists Sacha Elliott and James Common, this walk will involve bird watching both in hides, and on foot, so sturdy footwear is recommended. Please bring your own binoculars and/or telescopes, if possible.

MEETING LOCATION NOTE: the meeting place is provided in the confirmation email that you receive when you book.

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Image credit: Smew © Florence Davies

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