Free 2 hours About 5 miles away
Hampstead Heath: one of London's largest green spaces, and a haven for a wide variety of bird life. Weather permitting, discover the Heath's current occupants today as you accompany members of the Marylebone Birdwatching Society's weekly bird walk, where the members can share their expertise, and tell you where to point your binoculars! The walk starts at the staff yard at Parliament Hill at 10am. (Nearest station: Gospel Oak)
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