Bird Ringing at Panshanger
About the event
In the UK, bird ringing is coordinated by the British Trust for Ornithology and is always conducted by licenced and highly-trained ringers to ensure that the birds are not harmed in the process. Ringing is a reliable method of identifying individual birds and is vital in studying bird populations and movements which helps to focus conservation efforts.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join the experts to learn more about this fascinating aspect of ornithological study and see birds up close and personal - in the hand!
Families with children welcome. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Suggested donationThis event is free to attend. However, as a registered charity, any donations are greatly appreciated. We suggest a donation of £3 per person for members and £5 for non-members to cover our administration costs.
Additional booking informationThere are two sessions - 08.30am - 09.30am or 09.30am - 10.30am.
Suitable forFamilies, Adults, Beginners
Know before you go
Panshanger Park is owned and managed by Tarmac who are working in partnership with Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust (HMWT) to open up the historic landscape to the public. The partnership is working in consultation with a range of stakeholders to highlight and protect the many wonderful attributes of the park - from the varied wildlife to the rich history of the grounds and the stunning landscape.