Bird Walks at St Ives Estate

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There is currently no more bird walks planned this year. We will keep you updated as soon as the Friends of St Ives send us their calendar. In the mean time, please visit our page about Bingley St Ives Estate.

Friends of St Ives Bingley LogoHere are some exciting guided bird walks organised in Bingley St Ives Estate this Spring by the Friends of St Ives, one of the local organisations linked to us.

Guided Bird Walks Spring 2018

Planned to introduce non-birders to birds in St.Ives Estate, when the birds are at their best, the walks start at 7.00am at the gateway to Coppice Pond and follow the footpath clockwise around the estate ending full circle back at the pond.

The walks can take up to 3 hours depending upon weather and the birds. They take place in all weathers so please come ready for the conditions with suitable footwear. Children are welcome but dogs will hinder our chances of getting close to the birds. Open to all and free of charge.

Spring Birds at St Ives Estate, Bingley

Clockwise from top left; Little Owl, Cuckoo, Nuthatch and Bullfinch

Morning Walks

Meet: 7.00am at the gateway to Coppice Pond

When: The dates for the walks are as follows:

  • Sunday 29th April 2018
  • Sunday 6th May 2018 (more info on RSPB website)
  • Sunday 20th May 2018
  • Sunday 27th May 2018

Evening Walk

Meet: TBA

When: TBA

Where to meet?

St Ives Estate, gateway to Coppice Pond
Harden
Bingley
BD16 1BD

Grid Reference: SE090388

More details

Register your interest by informing Mark Doveston

email-64 by emailing aviancalling@dovenature.com
phone-64 by texting 07796 942787
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Guided Walks in Bingley

Can't make any of these walks? Why don't you check our calendar of guided walks in Bingley.

Bingley St Ives Estate

Visit our page about this country park near Bingley! Full of useful information and packed with walking ideas.

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