There will be a bird watching walk on Sunday 20 November meeting at 10.30am. Join us for a walk around Culverthorpe and neighbouring villages. Culverthorpe is a hamlet located approximately 5 miles south-west of Sleaford.
Starting the Stepping Out Car Park near Culverthorpe Hall, the walk will take you through parkland and farmland in and around Culverthorpe where you will be able to spot many different species of birds.
Species that may be spotted are Mallard, Tufted, Gadwall, Coot, Moorhen, Heron, Little egret, Red Kite, Buzzard, Kestrel, Sparrow hawk, Fieldfare and Redwing. If you’re really lucky, some rarer species that might be seen are Great Northern Diver, Raven, Great Grey Shrike and Goosander.
This walk is 3.3 miles approx. Please meet at the WatchNK ranger at the Stepping Out Car Park near to Culverthorpe Hall, NG32 3NQ (nearest postcode) at 10.30am. Please allow roughly 2 hours to complete this walk. Please wear suitable footwear. If you have binoculars please also bring them with you.
For more information please contact the Natural World Centre on 01522 688868.
Culverthorpe Walk is number 16 of the collection of Stepping Out walks. All the walks have been developed in to an easy to read booklet with step by step directions to help you along your way which are available to download from www.countrysidenk.co.uk. You can also call us on 01529 308207 or email email@example.com for a hardcopy to be posted to you.
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