Thursday 21 November 2019
10.30am to 1.30pm
Most of our avian winter visitors spend the summer breeding in the arctic before returning to Norfolk.
David Horsley, biologist, keen naturalist and wildlife photographer, looks at the lives of birds at both ends of their flyway and explores why they make such huge journeys.
Price: NWT members £10.00, non members £12.00 (price incl lunch)
Location: Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes, Coast Road. Venue is Salthouse Beach road, Cley, Norfolk, NR25 7SA
Lunch, talk, wildlife
Why not stay at Deepdale Backpackers & Camping for 'Midnight Sun & Norfolk Winter'
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