Spurn Bird Observatory have today donated £380.00 to Martin House Childrens’ Hospice. The money was collected through the generosity shown by many birders when the came to see the Siberian Accentor in Easington
Stephen Menzie has written a glowing and (we think at least) truly deserved review of The Birds Of Spurn for British Birds magazine
Support from our “friends” goes from strength to strength and membership numbers increase each year as the observatory continues to develop, you all know about the new observatory and the Birds of Spurn book we recently published but did you know we are committed to improving the habitat on the land we currently own, for instance we planted 400 trees this last weekend and are always looking for new areas to purchase to compliment what we already have
Saturday 3rd December 2016
A cloudy but calm day with a force 1 E wind.
Migration Watches: 0750-1000.
The continued quiet period in the birding continues.
Moving over the sea were 1 Eider, 30 Common Scoter, 32 Red throated Diver, 2 Gannet, 4 Cormorant, 1 Kittiwake and 3 Auk sp....
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.