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Job opportunity: Spurn Bird Observatory – Observatory Estate Worker

Job opportunity:  Spurn Bird Observatory – Observatory Estate Worker

We are looking for an enthusiastic birder with a big ‘Can Do’ attitude to help deliver habitat management on the Observatory’s land, maintenance work around the Observatory and provide essential support to the long-standing bird-monitoring programme here at Spurn Bird Observatory, one of the UK’s premier Bird Observatories. We are looking for a highly motivated person who is seeking to make a career in the area of practical conservation.

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Little Tern warden job vacancy for 2018 season

A vacancy has arisen for the rewarding and potentially career developing position of Seasonal Little Tern Warden at Beacon Lagoons Nature Reserve, East Yorkshire.

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February work parties

As ever there is a lot of work to be carried out on observatory owned land in order to improve these areas for birds and other wildlife.

We will be holding work parties on February 10th-11th (Sat- Sun) and February 17th-18th (Sat-Sun)and we ask our friends and supporters to lend a hand where possible.

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Latest Sightings

Wednesday 21st February 2018

Generally a mild day with a light F1-2 N wind.

The Rose-coloured Starling is still by Dimlington bungalows and the male ring Ouzel at Sammys.

A nice ghostly male Hen Harrier did a tour of the area,...

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The Birds Of Spurn

We can confirm that we now have delivery of the Birds of Spurn and it is every bit as good as we expected it would be. Those who have ordered their copy should be receiving it in the next few days. If you haven’t ordered yours make sure you don’t miss out on this unique and truly exceptional book, which should be on the shelf of every birder. For full details visit our online shop.

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