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RSPB Dawn Cruises

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Trout's Boatyard
Topsham
Devon
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It's the annual RSPB's Exe Estuary winter Avocet Cruises!

RSPB Dawn cruises (1-1.5 hours) on the Exe Estuary

Watch the estuary wake up. Join friendly RSPB guides onboard the Sea Dream for an expert commentary and experience one of nature's most beautiful spectacles. Fantastic for beginners and experienced birdwatchers alike.

Every winter, flocks of up to 500 of these stylish black and white birds with slender curved bills join over 40,000 birds, including hundreds of black-tailed godwits, brent geese and red-breasted mergansers, flocking to the Exe Estuary from as far afield as Siberia and Greenland.

Depart from Trout's Boatyard, Topsham.
(Sailing times are tide dependent.)
Booking essential on 01392 432691.

Telephone: 01392 453758
Contact name: Roberta Smith

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