Wildlife on the move
See wildlife migration in action. The Autumn Migration Walk at Dungeness Nature Reserve on Wednesday, November 15, is a chance to see birds and insects come to the area for the winter to escape colder climates – and others to leave for warmer ones.
Watch as the sand martins gather in their hundreds to feed before heading off to Africa and look out for the rare wader amid them all. Duck and geese numbers also build up on the lakes at this time of year. The walk at 10.30am is led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide around the reserve, when visitors can learn about why Dungeness is an important part of the migration route. It costs £7 and £3.50 for children. Advance booking is a must, with the walk taking two hours. To book call RSPB Dungeness on
Take a walk at the Dungeness RSPB reserve