Sussex Half-Day Bird Safari – Bewl Water Reservoir (27/3/19) Wednesday, 27th March 2019 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
This safari takes us to the very north-east of Sussex to walk part of the largest reservoir in the south east that straddles the Sussex/Kent border. The reservoir can hold a variety of wildfowl, grebes and occasionally a diver might turn up. Finches, larks and buntings can be seen in the fields and meadows alongside the reservoir and also into the woodlands. We will walk as far as Ketley Pond which is a sheltered bay where waders may be feeding on the muddy margins.
No previous knowledge or skills required, just enthusiasm!
Meet in the main car park next to the Bewl Water Visitor Centre, which is accessed off the A21, I mile south of Lamberhurst. Turn into Bewlbridge Lane TN3 8JH. There will be a car parking fee. There are toilets in the Centre and also a cafe.
(c) Alison Playle - Great Crested Grebe