On selected dates in April and May, with a light breakfast at 9.30am. Spring is a fantastic time to learn birdsong at Minsmere. From booming bitterns and warbling warblers, to the delight of the nightingales's song, our guides will take you on a sound tour you won't forget. Suitable for beginners, these walks end with a light breakfast and hot drink in the cafe. EARLY BOOKING ADVISED to avoid disappointment.
Ticket Details: RSPB adult members £17, Non-member adult £25. Wildlife Explorer £11, Non-member child £19
Venue: St. Edmund's Hall, Cumberland Road, Southwold
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Members and non-members welcome. AGM and awards ceremony to local people and organisations, the Annual Excellence Awards. Also,we shall hear from our speaker Professor Joanna Haigh, CBE, FRS, who is Co-Director of the Grantham Institute on Climate Change. She will talk about 'Climate Change: its evidence, impacts and what we can do about it' Drinks and nibbles.