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Summer stroll

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RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve
Saxmundham
Suffolk
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Wednesday 1, Monday 6, Thursday 16, Tuesday 21 and Friday 31 July. Start at 10 am (1.5 – 2 hours)

Join us for an introduction to Minsmere’s varied summer highlights. Enjoy a relaxed walk with a later start because we realise you may be on holiday! These shorter walks will take in the most interesting aspects of the reserve at this time of year. They may not concentrate on birds, with seasonal highlights ranging from birds to insects or flowers, or any other wildlife of note. Costs for these walks are: adults £5, RSPB member £4, child £2.50, RSPB Wildlife Explorers £2

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