The southwards view from Combe Gibbet
Thursday 12th April 2018
At this time of year migrant Ring Ouzels, Wheatears etc. stop to feed and rest on this magnificent limestone ridge, sometimes in good numbers. It is also a good site to view a variety of raptors: on one of our trips there was a passing Osprey. Ravens are almost guaranteed, and migrating hirundines frequently skim the ridge on their way north.
Meet at the Combe Gibbet car park at the top of the ridge at 9 a.m. (SU370620 /RG17 9EL nearest)