Spurn Bird Observatory

Archive of: 2016

WADERTASTIC SAFARI

21 July 2016

Are you puzzled by Plovers and confused by Calidrids? If so then the following Spurn Bird Observatory event will be perfect for you

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The Birds Of Spurn Book update

19 July 2016

Finally after being delayed due to Andy’s illness and an increase of almost 200 pages the book was finally printed yesterday

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The Birds Of Spurn Book update

Kilnsea Wetlands temporary footpath closure

01 July 2016

There will be some footpath improvement work carried out at Kilnsea Wetlands which will result in the temporary closure of the footpath for approx 5 days from Monday 11th July.

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The Birds Of Spurn: An update on publication

28 June 2016

The birds of Spurn has now gone to the printers

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The Birds Of Spurn: An update on publication

Spurn School of birding: 2016 dates

22 June 2016

Back by popular demand we are once again running the Spurn School of Birding this autumn. We are running 4 one day courses on 8th and 9th and 29th and 30th of October.

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Spurn School of birding: 2016 dates

Migfest Special Offer

17 June 2016

In a move that promises to make the Migfest even better RBA will set up a Spurn channel for their pager system over the Migfest weekend

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Migfest Special Offer

Spurn Ringing Experience

14 June 2016

Spurn Bird Observatory is proud to announce its first ringing experience. The event is aimed at ringers of all standards to participate in a variety of ringing activities.
Tuition from experienced Spurn Bird Observatory ringers will be given throughout and instruction is usually given on a one-to-one basis. Thus, tutors and students are in close contact with one another for the duration of the course.

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2016 Migfest tickets

30 April 2016

Tickets for this years Migration Festival are now on sale

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2016 Migfest tickets

Calling all young birders

30 April 2016

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.

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Calling all young birders

Spurn Bird Observatory at the Rutland Birdfair

22 April 2016

Come and see us at the 2016 Birdfair at Rutland Water in August this year. Spurn Bird Observatory has just secured a pitch at this most iconic event

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