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Field Trip Farlington Marshes

21 Oct 2018 - 08:30 to 16:00

at Farlington Marshes, , Farlington (Lat/Long 50.8342 and -1.04228)

Farlington Marshes sits in Chichester Harbour and is a safe refuge for many species of birds throughout the year. The Autumn and Winter can produce good numbers of Geese, waders and some raptors. Divers and Grebes are certainly possible.  A variety of passerines can be found in the reedbeds and the areas of scrub.

Meet in the car park. at 8:30 am.

Grid Ref: SU685044 Postcode: PO6 1UN

Leader – Steve Marley.


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