Parkridge Birders' Breakfast

Bird Watching

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Parkridge Birders' Breakfast

Location:

Parkridge,

Warwick Road, Solihull, Warwickshire, B91 3HW
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An opportunity to learn how to spot and identify birds and wildlife, walk through our beautiful nature reserve, finished off with breakfast

Event details

Meeting point

Brueton Park Carpark, Warwick Road, Solihull

Date

Time
7:45am - 10:30am
A static map of Parkridge Birders' Breakfast

About the event

Meet at Brueton Park Car Park at 7:45 for a guided walk through Brueton Park Local Nature Reserve, and finish off with a hot breakfast at the Parkridge Visitor Centre (Bacon or sausage bap and hot drink included in ticket price).

Guided walk led by lifelong birder, Ashley Grove, owner of Experience Nature Wildlife Watching Holidays; committee member of RSPB Solihull; speaker for RSPB, BTO, and RHS.

  • Aimed at adults (Suitable for persons aged 16+)
  • The walk will last for 1.5 – 2 hours across uneven and possibly muddy terrain
  • Please bring suitable footwear and binoculars if you have them
  • For free parking, please provide us with your car registration number at least 2 days before the event
  • Please do not bring dogs

Tickets are fully refundable up until the day before the event. However, tickets cannot be refunded on or after the day due to breakfast and other associated costs.

Booking

Phone number

01217040768

Price

£10 per person

Additional booking information

Aimed at adults (Suitable for persons aged 16+)
The walk will last for 1.5 – 2 hours across uneven and muddy terrain
Please bring suitable footwear and binoculars if you have them
For free parking, please provide us with your car registration number at least 2 days before the event
Please do not bring dogs
Tickets are fully refundable up until the day before the event. However, tickets cannot be refunded on or after the day due to breakfast and other associated costs.

Suitable for

Adults, Beginners

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted
Well behaved dogs are allowed into the visitor centre/cafe but not the reserve. Please keep them on a short lead.

Mobility

  • The walk will last for 1.5 – 2 hours across uneven and possibly muddy terrain
  • Not suitable for Wheelchairs

Wheelchair access

No

Hearing loop

No

What to bring

  • Suitable walking boots or wellington boots 
  • Binoculars (If you have a pair) 
  • Warm clothing

Parking information

Free 3 hour parking at Brueton Park carpark (For longer free parking please provide car registration number at least 2 days before event)

Bicycle parking

Yes

Facilities

Toilets
Shop
Cafe/refreshments
Picnic area
Accessible toilet
Baby changing facilities
Accessible trails

Contact us

Rob Halcrow
Contact number: 01217040768