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Assistant Warden Position

We will be advertising for a full time permanent assistant warden in the new year. We are currently finalising details on the role and hope to advertise early in the New Year for a start date around Easter.

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Free Friends Of Spurn Membership AND the Birds Of Spurn book!!!

Free Friends Of Spurn Membership AND the Birds Of Spurn book!!!

We currently have 785 members of Friends of Spurn, our membership basis directly funds planned winter works on our land and potential future land purchases, therefore as an incentive to sign up, we’re offering a years free membership and a copy of ‘The Birds of Spurn’ to our 800th member.

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Yorkshire Wildlife - an illustrated talk by Martin Standley

Yorkshire Wildlife - an illustrated talk by Martin Standley

If you are visiting Spurn this weekend please help support our partners the South Holderness Countryside society by attending this event.

Yorkshire Wildlife – an illustrated talk by Martin Standley. Patrington Church Hall, Friday 13 October, 7.30pm. Free entry. Refreshments available.

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Latest Sightings

Monday 11th December 2017

Early morning frost, remaining cold, but sunny with a F2-3 W wind.
Migration Watches: 0815-1100.
The sea continued the same theme with a trickle of movement, 1 Gadwall, 44 Teal, 10 Common Scoter, 76 Red-throated Diver, 11 Gannet, 4 Cormorant, 3 Bonxie,...

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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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