Biodiversity Breakfast


Saturday 7 May, 7-10am

Join us for a special morning to enjoy and discover the best of British nature.

We’ll begin by taking you to Reg’s Wildflower Meadow to hear the enchanting sounds of the morning chorus of birdsong. Dr Matt Stevens (our UK Conservation Biologist) will accompany you to help identify individual bird calls and to share some of his wealth of knowledge of British birds.

You’ll also have the opportunity to get hands on as we discover some of the moth species which call Reg’s Wildflower Meadow home. On top of this, we’ll take you to our Woodland Arena where you’ll be able to meet and fly a British owl. Finally, we’ll end the morning with a sumptuous breakfast from Feathers Restaurant! Depending on government restrictions, this may need to be served as a takeaway, outside on the restaurant patio.


Other useful information about this event:

  • Ticket includes a Full English breakfast – please email info@hawkconservancy.org at least one week in advance of the event to notify us if you have any specific dietary requirements.
  • Ticket includes a half-price admission voucher to stay at the Trust for the rest of the day (this will be given to you on the day of the event).
  • The Trust reserves the right to vary the content and format of any event, without notice, if necessary.
  • Terms and conditions apply.

Did you know?
Many birds hunt, kill and eat meat but they may not be raptors. Only raptors have hooked beaks with sharp edges, feet with sharp, curved claws or talons and keen eyesight.
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