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A few words about the Migration festival: Next Generation Birders

A few words about the Migration festival:  Next Generation Birders

Matt Bruce on behalf of the ‘Next Generation Birders’. Hi Martin,
1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘Migration’ (in relation to birds)
The first thing I think of when I hear the word migration definitely depends upon the season. Spring brings to mind the first Hirundines and Warblers of the year, the excitement of hearing the first Willow Warblers and Swifts! Autumn is all about the Wader passage with any muddy field having the possibility of migrating Waders dropping in. The geese and thrushes are not bad either, coming in to spend the winter here in their thousands, flying over head, often heard before they are seen, it is pretty impressive.

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Friends of Spurn BBQ Saturday 2nd Aug

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A few words about the Migration festival: Birdwatching Magazine

A few words about the Migration festival: Birdwatching Magazine

Bird Watching Magazine is coming to the Migration Festival: Editor Matt Merritt tells us why…

Migration, I think, inspires more people to become birdwatchers (and hopefully readers of Bird Watching), than any other single aspect of our pastime.

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Friday 1st August 2014

A reminder that it is our annual BBQ this Satuday 2nd August, all friends of Spurn welcome. Starts at 18:00 at Kew....

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Spurn clothing

Did you know Spurn has it’s own line in clothing? We can kit you out in anything from a soft shell coat, tee shirt, hoody, baseball cap or beanie hat, we don’t do underwear yet but you never know!

To keep our overheads down and provide you with exactly what you want we order each item individually, contact Terry McEvoy to place you order you’ll be amazed at what we can supply.

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