Spurn Migration Festival
Takes Great Step Forward into the Future.
We could not be more delighted to announce the birth of a new partnership. Following three consecutive Spurn Migration Festivals we knew we were ready for the next step. Over careful and very enjoyable consultation meetings with the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology), we have created that new partnership.,,,,
The Spurn Bird Observatory Trust (SBOT) will work in full collaboration with the BTO to continue to make the #migfest the UK’s premier bird migration experience. Other partners will also help take the whole event forward.
The dates for 2016 are Friday 9th, Saturday 10th, Sunday 11th September.
With requests for bookings for 2016 already coming in and the rave reports from 2015 we’re anticipating another great year.
Don’t forget to dream…
2 numptie dreamers- Martin G. and Andy R.
Hot news of the Best Kind
“It’s always great to approach Christmas with good news. One of the highlights of my year has been the 3rd Spurn Migration Festival. The event has gone to a new level of enjoyment and engagement to all those who’ve come. It seemed obvious to take it to the next level and establish new footings. Therefore we are all chuffed to bits in the #migfest team that the highly esteemed British Trust for Ornithology has become a new partner. They will raise the profile of the festival to a much wider audience and will create new opportunities to continually improve the design and content of the event. The BTO Need little or no introduction depending on your knowledge or experience of them.If you follow the #migfest then do read more here. I think you can see why we are big BTO fans.
More on the British Trust of Ornithology,,,,, CliCK here.
There will be proper details in the New Year of the new arrangement but for now we have every reason to approach Christmas 2015 in celebration and the Spurn Migration Festival 2016 with great optimism as Britain’s premier outdoor birding event.”
They are the seriously best researchers and know how to have fun too. Arriving at this years’ #migfest
The British Trust for Ornithology
NOW is the time
The next two days are the last two days of the pre-publication price. So good time to purchase now I guess…
As we approach the publication. Now is the time. The 2016 NEW YEAR will see this book as a must-buy.
The Birds of Spurn. A local Book but not! Because it is the log of a national and international site for migration. The obvious place for the first ever Migration Festival. the obvious site to partner with other international locations like Cape May and Falsterbo.
A place of phenomenal numbers.
A place of unexpected migration revelations
A place of remarkable remote beauty
A place (the best place?) for rare birds on Mainland Britain
You are invited to Come and be a part of the action
Andy Roadhouse shines