Announcement of RSPB Dawn Chorus events in Pulborough Brooks Brighton News

THE RSPB has released a list of events for people to come and enjoy the Dawn Chorus in Sussex.

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has announced several events over the coming months where birdwatchers can come and see the Dawn Chorus.

The dawn chorus occurs when the birds sing at the start of a new day.

Late April to early June is the best time to hear, when most species sing well.

On Saturday April 30 and Sunday May 1, at Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve, visitors are invited to the Dawn Chorus “early opening” weekend anytime after 4:30 a.m.

A team will be tending to birdsong hotspots in the reserve and the cafe will be open for tea, coffee and breakfasts. Parking fees (£3 per vehicle) and nature trail entry fees (£4 per adult) apply. RSPB members are free, but donations are welcome.

Guided walks will also be available in the reserve where visitors arriving at dusk are led around the reserve to hear nightingale performances, before returning to the visitor center for refreshments.

The walks will be accessible on Saturday April 23 and Wednesday May 4 from 4:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. It costs £30.50 per adult (RSPB members £24.50) and booking is essential

The Not Quite Dawn Choir at RSPB Pulborough Brooks will also be available for those who don’t want to wake up early, visitors can attend between 7am and 10am on Saturday 7 May. Cost: £30.50 per adult (RSPB members £24.50) Booking essential

To book / contact: Contact us on 01798 875851 or for more information.

Visit for more information and to book for one of our events.

Visit and search for ‘Dawn Chorus’ to find the nearest event.

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This notice was published: 2022-04-24 05:33:00

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