Nature enthusiasts are invited to hear incredible bird song at a nature reserve.

Pulborough Brooks, an RSPB reserve in the Arun Valley, will host guided walks to show guests the wonder of bird song.

The reserve is home to Britain’s “most celebrated songster” the nightingale, alongside dozens of other bird species.

Visitors will be guided on a short walk and will then have the opportunity to continue around the nature trail at their own pace or return to the café for refreshments.


A spokeswoman for the RSPB said: “Throughout the day we’ll have friendly guides stationed at our birdsong hotspots – come along and experience this springtime sensation with us.”

The event will take place from Saturday, April 29 through to Monday, May 1.

Guided walks start at 8am, 9am and 10am each day and are free, but there is a suggested donation of £2.50. 

Parking charge and trail entry fees apply for non-members (parking charge £3 per vehicle, trail entry £4 per adult, £2 per child).

Entry and parking is free for RSPB members.