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Birdwatching walks along Hunstanton cliffs

birdwatching walks on Hunstanton cliffs

Published: Wednesday, 17th May 2017

The Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, in partnership with the RSPB, has planned a series of birdwatching walks along the cliffs in Hunstanton.

The walks will take place from 7am to 9am on:

  • Thursday 29 June
  • Thursday 13 July
  • Tuesday 8 August
  • Tuesday 5 September

Rosie Djurovic, the activities co-ordinator for the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens, said: “The Norfolk coastline is world-famous for its birdwatching, and Hunstanton sits between several renowned RSPB bird reserves. So come and join us on these walks: the perfect opportunity for anyone interested in birdwatching to spot passage and resident birds, learn about birdwatching, and meet like-minded people. Whether you’re a seasoned twitcher or a beginner, our trained guide is sure to have some great tips for you. And with a walk each month, you’ll see the whole range of birds that visit our magnificent cliffs.”

To book a place call 01485 536147. The walks are free to attend.

Each walk will begin by the Salad Bowl Café in the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens.

Participants are advised to wear appropriate clothing and footwear as the route will cover uneven terrain, and to bring a small drink with them.

Visit our Hunstanton Heritage Gardens events page to find out more about all our events in Hunstanton.

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