Sunday 8th February, 9.30-11.30am
SORRY – FULLY BOOKED
The mouth of the Tyne Estuary in winter is a great place to view gulls, waders and seabirds. Dan Turner will help explain the different species and if we are lucky we may come across Glaucous or Iceland Gulls at the fish quay. Dan will also explain about some of the history and geography of the area. The walk will be around 1 mile, mostly on paths but dress for the cold. This is also a great place to buy fish & chips or fresh fish! These events are free but booking is required to manage numbers. Please contact the Society office.