What the people say… one month to go.
.. as we approach the official launch of the autumn 😉 at the Spurn Migration Festival. There are spectacular numbers of Dunlin currently on the Humber (mostly schinzii but with increasing numbers of nominate alpina), a juvenile Black Stork flying over the Migfest team, A Whiskered Tern on an evening seawatch and a longer staying White-rumped Sandpiper. All in the last few days! I think it’s time to book! Some comments from those who have been before:
“Really looking forward to what is fast becoming one of the highlights of my birding year, an opportunity to learn from some of the best in the field in one of the premier migration watchpoints in the country and all in a relaxed, friendly and welcoming environment. What’s not to like! ”
“Spurn Migration Festival has rapidly become a premiere fixture in the ornithological calendar, it’s at the best place for migration in Britain, is hosted by experts in the field and delivers brilliant birds! RSPB is delighted to be taking part once again!”
Mark Thomas (RSPB Senior Investigations Officer)
This year’s Programme:
More info and how to book also HERE
More info and how to book HERE