Tuesday 16th April, 10am
Ticket price £8
The Otmoor reserve has evolved from unenclosed marshland in the early 19th century into agricultural land (converted by enclosure and drainage) and, since being acquired by the RSPB in 1997, back to a habitat of wet meadows, wetland and reedbeds. Our tour will be led by volunteer wardens at Otmoor and will last around 2 hours. Booming bitterns, migrant warblers and cuckoos are some of the birds we might hope to see or hear. Stout footwear and waterproof clothing will be required and ideally binoculars. Unfortunately this visit is not accessible to those with mobility issues. There is also no toilet on site. Car sharing is encouraged as parking is limited.