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Exmoor National Park

Summer Night ramble through the forest to spot nightjars

  • Location Exmoor National Park
  • Price from £15.00


Join us for sundowners in a forest clearing in Exmoor National Park, while we chat about nightjars and the natural history around us.. Take a walk through the forest to see the tallest tree in England and enjoy the sights and sounds of the forest as night falls. Listen out for the mystical churring of the migratory nightjars as we approach their heathland habitat and look out for deer and bats, a memorable and mystical evening.
Only available mid June to Mid August due to patterns of migration.

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    What's included

  • Food homemade nibbles to enjoy with your sundowners
  • Drink a welcome drink whilst we collect together
  • Equipment We will provide some binoculars, but please also feel free to bring your own. Walking poles are also available, should you wish to borrow them.

    What you'll need

  • Warm Clothing It is a good idea to wear layers of warm clothing as it can be cold whilst we stand and watch and listen, even in the summer.
  • Waterproofs Good quality waterproofs are always useful, just to be on the safe side!
  • Drink Your own water bottle
  • Other Comfortable walking boots or shoes. A torch each and binoculars if you have them.


Custom Policy

Cancellation Policy: If you cancel your booking more than 4 weeks prior to the booked date you will be entitled to a 50% refund of the total price. If you cancel 2-4 weeks prior you will be entitled to a 25% refund, no refund will be due for cancellations within 2 weeks of the booked date. If you wish to postpone/rearrange your booking we will endeavour to accommodate a change but will reserve the right to charge an administration fee if necessary.


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