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Bee-eaters at Bishop Middleham, County Durham

10.30am until 12 noon.

A two kilometre countryside ramble through farmland and a flower rich nature reserve. This walk will you an excellent chance to see and hear one of the North East’s finest remaining farmland bird populations , Bishop Middleham’s famous breeding Bee-eaters.

The meeting point for this guided walk is Farnless Farm Grid ref. NZ335324; the access to Farnless Farm, is on the North side of the road to Bishop Middleham, approximately half a kilometre from the Bishop Middleham turn-off of the A177, between Coxhoe and Sedgefield.
The meeting point is at the end of the farm access road.
The leader for this walk is John Olley, the Durham Bird Club’s Conservation Officer. There is free car parking at Farnless Farm. This event is co-hosted by the Durham Wildlife Trust and Farnless Farm.