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A few words about the Migration festival: BTO

A few words about the Migration festival: BTO

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A few words about the Migration festival: Clive McKay

A few words about the Migration festival: Clive McKay

UK leader of ‘Trektellen’ speaks:

Clive McKay is one of the country’s most enthusiastic visible migration watchers and the UK co-ordinator of the visible migration website Trektellen. He has been birding and ‘vis-migging’ since the early 1970’s and here he shares his experience of the inaugural Spurn Migration Festival from September 2013.

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A few words about the Migration festival: Chris Galvin and Pete Gamby of Opticron

A few words about the Migration festival: Chris Galvin and Pete Gamby of Opticron

“My first trip to Spurn was in 1977 and I have a particular fondness for the place and no Autumn would be complete without a trip to Spurn. At Opticron we have sponsored the Spurn Bird Obs website for several years and YWT are an Opticron retailer It was an easy decision to attend the inaugural Migration Festival.

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Latest Sightings

Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Migration/Sea watch- 06:00-11:00. F1-3 N foggy all day, a quiet day due to the fog! On the move were 11 Teal, 240 Common Scoter, 2 Fulmar, 6 Manx Shearwater, 93 Gannet, 19 Oystercatcher, 14 Sanderling, 29 Dunlin, 2 Arctic Skua, 7 Little Gull. Also present...

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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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