Wildfowl of King's Meads


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Wildfowl of King's Meads

Watch wetland birds over the meads as the sun sets...

Event details


3pm - 4pm
A static map of Wildfowl of King's Meads

About the event

King's Meads is a rich wetland, and provides an important over-wintering location for many incredible wetland and wading birds. However, it is not as well known as nearby Rye Meads or Amwell. Over the autumn and winter months, take the opportunity to watch various duck, gull and other wetland birds as the sun sets in the company of a Wildlife Trust guide.

Pochard, gadwall, tufted duck, shovelers and others can all be seen at various points over winter. We'll be viewing them from various locations, using viewpoints created by Wildlife Trust volunteers.  It is a short event, suitable for all levels. Wrap up warm, bring binoculars and take in the spectacle!

Suitable for adults and older children.


Suggested donation

This 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 information

Please read the Outdoor Event Guidance document before booking.

This event is weather dependent - if we have to cancel we will try to rearrange the date or transfer you to another event. Please note we are unable to refund donations made at the time of booking.

Suitable for

Families, Adults, Beginners

Know before you go


No dogs permitted