Wildlife at Stow Maries
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is famed for its broad range of raptors and rare visitors.
The site has been home to all five species of native owl during the winter months and the BBC and Channel 5 have featured the owls of Stow Maries in many of their programmes. Most recently, the wonderful Secret Life of Owls on 5Select.
We are starting to implement a series of new wildlife offerings here at Stow, which include regular weekend walks.
Our Wildlife Walks will now take place every weekend at 12pm.
These tours are free and last approximately 45 minutes, with a maximum of 4 people per tour, and will be led by a wildlife guide.
Please book your place in The Shop on arrival.
We have also started to introduce Hide Photography Sessions, which are ideal for watching and photographing garden birds from our woodland hide.
These will be added to our events programme on an ongoing basis, please check to secure your place Event Bookings.
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Life at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome traditionally moves like the clouds that our aircraft fly in – some times it's thick with activity, hectic and busy. Other times, it can be quieter,...