Posted: 06 March 2019
Want to spend summer at Spurn helping safeguard one of Britain's rarest seabirds?Read more
Posted: 12 February 2019
We're pleased to announce the following guided walks and events in 2019...Read more
Posted: 09 February 2019
Spurn Bird Observatory Trust is pleased to notify our friends and supporters that we have purchased new land at Blue Bell Pond (near SBOT's Corner Field)...Read more
Posted: 22 January 2019
A vacancy has arisen for the rewarding and potentially career developing position of Seasonal Little Tern Warden ...Read more
Posted: 02 January 2019
Follwing on from the highly collectable Siberian Accentor and Ivory Gull pin badges we will soon be releasing the third Spurn mega in our set of four badges. The Masked Shrike badges will be available in our online shop from Jan 16th.Read more
Posted: 11 November 2018
Winter work party dates at Spurn Bird Observatory.
Join us in some rewarding, warming winter work to improve our area for wildlife and visitors...
Posted: 07 November 2018
We've recently launched a sweepstake for the 400th species to be recorded in the Spurn area...Read more
Posted: 02 November 2018
Roy Taylor was a passionate conservationist, birder and friend to many who tragically passed away two weeks ago...Read more
Posted: 17 September 2018
Spurn Bird Observatory is truly grateful for the support given by the ‘Friends of Spurn’. We want you to know that we don’t take that support for granted and in return we are always striving to provide something special, to make your visits to Spurn more memorable than before. You’ve already been very generous to us, enabling the observatory to purchase new land at Church Field and Corner Field. The habitat in these areas is being actively and thoughtfully managed to provide food and shelter for migrant birds. We are proud to offer ‘Friends’ free access to these areas, where they can venture off the public roads and explore our short trails.Read more
Thanks to all the many photographers who allow us to use their images on this site, in particular Dave McAleavey, Martin Standley, Mike Watson, Richard Willison.