Sussex Bird Safari - Thorney Island (15/09/17) Friday, 15th September 2017 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
This safari takes us to the most western point of Sussex and we follow the footpath all the way around the Island that juts out into Chichester Harbour. It is a time where autumn migration reaches its peak and there will hopefully be a variety of waders probing for food in the mudflats. Also, whinchats, wheatears and other small birds will also be passing through. There is a good chance of seeing osprey as well, as one or two stay around here for a few weeks in the autumn. On the western side of the Island there is a reedbed which holds one of the only populations of bearded tits in West Sussex.
No previous knowledge or skills required, just enthusiasm!
Limited parking so car sharing would be preferable.