Tickets for this years Migration Festival will go on sale on 30th May
As part of the Spurn Bird Observatory Trust (SBOT) 2016 Migration Festival, SBOT, the Next Generation Birders (NGB) and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) are running a competition to find the Observatory’s Young Birder of The Year.
If you will be aged sixteen or under on Saturday 10 September 2016, and know the difference between a Marsh Tit and a Willow Tit, and feel you can communicate this to someone else, you probably have just have what it takes to enter.
We would like to apologise for the delay in Andy’s book The Birds of Spurn, this is largely due to Andy’s health which is very up and down at the moment. But this isn’t the only reason
Sunday 29th May 2016
Cloudy most of the day with some sunny spells chilly the wind with a force 3-5 NE-N wind.
Numpties : 0550-0900, 1830-1900.
Despite the difficult birding conditions a Nightjar was seen early morning flying around the new observatory, c...
The Birds Of Spurn
Due for publication in early 2016 this eagerly anticipated book should be on the shelf of every birder. For full details visit our new online shop.