Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Sat, 2009-11-28
Each season brings a different experience at nature reserves. In spring, the air is filled with birdsong as they compete to establish territories and attract a mate.
In summer, look out for young birds making their first venture into the outside world. Autumn brings large movements of migrating birds – some heading south to a warmer climate, others seeking refuge in the UK from the cold Arctic winter.
In winter, look out for large flocks of birds gathering to feed, or flying at dusk to form large roosts to keep warm. Check out RSPB events to find something up
Guided walks every Tuesday and Thursday – 2:20pm to 5pm from the 1st of May to the end of August. (Please be aware that these days may change from year to year and you should telephone to be sure not to miss the tour! Telephone: 01641 571225).
Meet at the Forsinard Centre, please bring waterproofs, walking boots or wellies.
This is a 3 to 4 mile walk and you need to be moderately fit.
Please do not bring your dog!
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