Camber Castle Wildlife Walk - Rye (17/01/20) Friday, 17th January 2020 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Leader: James Duncan - 07943 504479
Rye Harbour’s 465 hectares have international wildlife designations. Join us for a circular walk of approximately 6km, starting out from Rye Heritage Centre. We'll follow the River Brede across the sheep fields to Henry VIII’s Camber Castle, where we'll have a look inside, taking the opportunity to observe the wildlife we find on route. We'll then head to the birdwatching hide overlooking Castle Water, to observe some of the wetland birds present. We'll also keep our eyes peeled for invertebrates and mammals and some of the fascinating plants that can be found amongst the unique habitats.
Meet at Rye Heritage Centre (Postcode TN31 7AY) which is located just a few minutes’ walk from the bottom of Mermaid Street on Strand Quay.
No booking required, just turn up.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust members – Free of charge. Non-members – Donations appreciated.
Camber Castle © Barry Yates