Autumnwatch On Salford Docklands

11am-2pm Saturday 24th October 2015 AUTUMNWATCH POMONA

Meet at 11am at Pomona Metrolink station to discover some Autumnal magic

100 bird species and 150 species of flora have now been recorded on Pomona, illustrating the high biodiversity levels of this classic urban peoples’ nature reserve just one mile from Manchester city centre

Whinnchat Stonechat and Wheatear are passage visitors, some birds stocking up on food before flying to Africa, thrushes, Goldcrests and Meadow Pipits are flying in from Scandinavia and Icelandic Pink-footed Geese are flying overhead from Lancashire to Norfolk, where once it was ships sailing into Salford Docklands giving Salford its’ global vibe, now it is birds flying in from all over the globe

Autumnwatch Pomona is a Salford Migration Festival Event #MigrationFestival

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