No, I don't mean Sir Trevor McDonald. Nor Matt Baker off The One Show. I am, of course, referring to Chris Packham!The BBC Springwatch/Autumnwatch presenter also happens to be the RSPB's Vice-President, and will be paying Titchwell Marsh a visit on Sunday 16th October. Don't get too excited, there won't be any filming going on, but there will be the chance to join Chris on a guided walk around the reserve where you will be able to learn from his expertise whilst simultaneously enjoying the amazing wildlife Titchwell has during the Autumn. My female friend has already insisted she visit that weekend. To see me, not Chris Packham, obviously...
Mr Packham is coming to Titchwell to thank funders of the newly completed Coastal Change Project, which has finally reached its end after three years of working to protect the reserve from coastal erosion.
He will be leading two guided walks for the public during the afternoon, starting at 2:15pm and 3:15pm. The walks will cost £15 per person and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to book a place, please call 01485 210779, email email@example.com or ask in the Visitor Centre.
Hi- must be a short walk ;)
It takes me 40 minutes at normal birding speed JUST to get to the new Parrinder hide