A fun way to spend time with the under 16's in your life, outdoors! Let's get them out in the fresh air and learning about wildlife! We know children can often develop a love for wildlife, and starting early often gives them a great appreciation for the natural world we live in. We also know the health benefits of being outside and getting children out into the fresh air, so this walk is perfect to do just that.
This is a 2hr wildlife experience in Streatley, focusing mainly on a family of Little Owls but also an area where there is a lot of Tawny owl activity. This walk is shorter than our standard Owl walk and geared very much for younger children and parents.
Why not get the children interested in wildlife from a young age, and bring them along to spend time with an experienced wildlife guide who on this 2.5 hour walk. Our Trip Advisor 5\* rated guide will help you explore Moor Copse Nature Reserve - as part of a 2.3 mile walk through part of the Sulham and Tidmarsh Woods and Meadows (a Site of Special Scientific Interest - SSSI).
This is a 3 hour wildlife walk experience in Streatley, along a route that was well populated last year with both Little and Tawny Owls and I'm glad to say they are back again this year.
To hear the call of the different owls around us as we walk is really magical, and often we are lucky enough to see the Little Owls as they hunt the fields along a section of the walk.
This is a 90 minute session, and and early start as our local Kingfishers are hunting from dawn!
Goring & Streatley is situated on an incredible section of the River Thames, and we know we have several pairs of resident kingfishers, who last year were very active with us and successfully raised 15 young over three clutches. So sightings can be frequent some days - if you know where to look!
Whilst this 3 mile circular route includes at the start a short climb not for the faint hearted, the unrivalled panoramic of Goring Gap at the top is well worth the effort.
Exploring Moor Copse Nature Reserve which forms a part of the Sulham and Tidmarsh Woods and Meadows Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Fringing the beautiful River Pang, Kenneth Grahame's Inspiration for the illustrations in "Wind in the Willows"
We will pass through beautiful woodland copses, a small meadow and a thriving chalk stream full of wildlife at every turn. A Kingfisher is often seen along this stretch.
Want a wildlife experience without lots of people around? This amazing wildlife-filled location is set in private land, and so your walk group will be the only ones on site - plus the wildlife! You follow a scenic 4 mile woodland route with an experienced wildlife guide, and get away from all the stresses of daily life.
This experience on private land with Steve "The Bird Whisperer - our 5 star wildlife walk guide will help you hear, identify and see a range of bird & animal life which can be found in this rich countryside environment here in The Chilterns.
Along this route we regularly see Roe Deer, Muntjac Deer, Rabbits and Partridge... and if we are lucky, one of the gorgeous foxes seen here regularly basking in the sunshine. We have also had a close encounter with mink!