On Saturday 1 May we will be co-hosting an online broadcast to celebrate the dawn chorus between 4:53am and 7:23am, live from the Tump 53 Nature Reserve at Water Lily Walk.
Coinciding with International Dawn Chorus Day (2 May), the broadcast will be led by ornithological investigator J D Swann, and artists Calum F Kerr and Miyuki Kasahara, with support from our Making Space for Nature programme.
Please note that you should not turn up in person for this event. This is an online event that you’ll be able to access during the time of the broadcast. If you’re unable to catch it live, the broadcast will be made available online after the event.
Listen to the live broadcast on Saturday 1 May, from 4:53am to 7:23am here.
Find out more about the dawn chorus from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.