Weekday and Weekend Walks, and Weekend Coach Outings

Warburg BBOWT Nature Reserve 2018
Wednesday morning walk

Date: Wednesday 6 June 2018 at 09:30


Warburg grass and trees

Take the B480 north and 200m after the Rainbow pub, take the second left. After 0.6 miles, turn right at the junction, towards Bix Bottom. Warburg is 1.4 miles along this single-track road. The car park is one mile NNW of RG9 6BJ at Lat/long: 51.5851, -0.9617  OS SU720878

Click here for a map of the location of the free car park.

This flagship BBONT reserve consists of remote flower-rich grasslands and a wooded valley, high in the Chilterns. The reserve is famous for its scenery, orchids, rare flowers and rare butterflies.

We expect to see red kite, buzzard, marsh tit, bullfinch, nuthatch and warblers, possibly snakes and lizards. Little chance of seeing the resident dormice or tawney owl.

Facilities - toilets, no food, two hides, a pond, feeders. Some steep paths, mud possible, under two miles.

Click here for information about the reserve.

Click here for the list of birds seen and heard on our 2013 visit.

Warburg bird hide and pond