Photography Walk – The Arne Peninsula – MO1
Title: Photography Walk – The Arne Peninsula – TU1
Description: A wander around the Arne peninsula with advice and guidance from renowned photographer Andy Farrer. See www.andyfarrer.co.uk
The recent home of Autumn Watch and Winterwatch 2017, Purbeck is blessed with this RSPB managed unusual and special landscape where you can enjoy walking in a vast expanse of open heathland and old oak woodland.
There is a variety of special wildlife to see. and as many as 22 species of colourful dragonflies. The reserve overlooks Poole Harbour where you can watch thousands of wading birds, ducks and geese including avocets, black-tailed godwits and brent geese in winter, and the Dartford warbler (all year round) as well as many birds of prey from marsh harriers to peregrines.
Grid Reference: SY 972878
Date: Monday 18th September 2017, 10.00am start.
Distance: 2-3 miles
Total Ascent: N/A
Duration: 2 – 3 hours
Led By: Julian Sawyer
Notes: Terrain generally good and only gentle gradients. Not suitable for pushchairs or young children. Dogs welcome but must be on leads.
Parking: Car park at Arne at RSPB centre.
Directions to the Start: Just south of Wareham take the road to Arne; car park is signposted.
There is no public transport to Arne. Alternatives are a taxi from Wareham station or the nearest bus stop at Stoborough on the A351. From there it is about a 4 mile walk.
Booking: Book online via this website or telephone either the Swanage or the Wareham Tourist Information Centres on 01929 422885 or 01929 552740.
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