Tuesday 1st October
Blacktoft Sands, situated on the south side of the Humber Estuary, has the largest reed bed in the country and is the home to a number of interesting birds including Marsh Harrier, Bittern and Bearded Tit. At this time of year it will provide refuge for migrating birds, mainly waders. There are 6 hides and the access path is level. Toilet facilities on site. The area is exposed so be prepared. Admission free for RSPB members & a charge for £5/3 for non-members.
Leader: Stuart Tordoff and John Gavaghan
Minibus transport; depart Unitarian Church 9.30am. Cost £10