30 Apr 2017 - 09:30 to 16:00
at Nagshead – Forest of Dean, Coleford Road, Parkend (Lat/Long 51.7736 and -2.57087)
This is an exceptional RSPB woodland reserve and has breeding Pied Flycatchers, Redstarts, Hawfinches, Wood Warbler, all three British woodpeckers and a wide variety of other woodland species. There is also the possibility of Goshawk and Peregrine.
This is an all day event, meeting at 9:30am
How to get there:
A40 to west of Gloucester then left onto A48 towards Chepstow. In about 8 miles go left onto the A4151 signposted Cinderford, soon after excellent views down river Severn. After a couple of miles through Littledean then leftish onto B4226. After another 4 miles or so turn left to Parkend on the B4234. The RSPB site is to the north of Parkend and signposted up a track into the woods.
Facilities available at car park. Bring food as required.
RSPB Car Park at SO606085 GL15 4JH 51.773435 -2.5713211
Leader: Rob Andrews
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