WILDERNESS RESERVE RANGER

A two-hour guided tour through Wilderness Reserve’s parklands and woodlands led by one of our Wilderness Reserve Rangers. The walk begins at 8am, or earlier if preferred, when the dawn chorus is quietening so individual songbirds can be heard. This is when songbirds are most active, and is a beautifully peaceful time of day to appreciate the Suffolk landscape and learn to identify birdsongs with the help of one of our Wilderness Reserve expert Rangers. During the spring and early summer months the Wilderness Reserve estate is alive with birdsong. One for the early risers, guests are invited to listen to the cacophony of birdsong from 5 am, or as early as 4 am in the height of summer, that accompanies the sunrise. As the dawn chorus fades you will be guided by a Wilderness Reserve Ranger who will explain how to identify each songster. Sibton Park lake, part of Kim Wilkie’s revival of this Arcadian landscape, is alive with butterflies and dragonflies throughout the summer months. Guests take small rowing boats onto the lake from which the margins and shoreline can be explored, with stopping off points to search wild flower meadows for butterflies and other insects. A great activity for children and families, entertain the curious with a host of species to discover and the active with a rowing adventure. Starts at 1:30 pm and finishes at 3:30 pm.

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A two-hour guided tour through Wilderness Reserve’s parklands and woodlands led by one of our Wilderness Reserve Rangers. The walk begins at 8am, or earlier if preferred, when the dawn chorus is quietening so individual songbirds can be heard. This is when songbirds are most active, and is a beautifully peaceful time of day to appreciate the Suffolk landscape and learn to identify birdsongs with the help of one of our Wilderness Reserve expert Rangers. During the spring and early summer months the Wilderness Reserve estate is alive with birdsong. One for the early risers, guests are invited to listen to the cacophony of birdsong from 5 am, or as early as 4 am in the height of summer, that accompanies the sunrise. As the dawn chorus fades you will be guided by a Wilderness Reserve Ranger who will explain how to identify each songster. Sibton Park lake, part of Kim Wilkie’s revival of this Arcadian landscape, is alive with butterflies and dragonflies throughout the summer months. Guests take small rowing boats onto the lake from which the margins and shoreline can be explored, with stopping off points to search wild flower meadows for butterflies and other insects. A great activity for children and families, entertain the curious with a host of species to discover and the active with a rowing adventure. Starts at 1:30 pm and finishes at 3:30 pm.