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Green Warbler still present at Buckton

Green Warbler still present at Buckton

Tim Ward 12 Sep 2021 0 Comments

They don't come much rarer than this, a Green Warbler - first spotted and subsequently ringed by Mark Thomas at the cliffside dell at Buckton on the 9th Sept, is still present at the same location and has drawn huge crowds of ...

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White Tailed Lapwing still showing well at Blacktoft Sands.

White Tailed Lapwing still showing well at Blacktoft Sands.

Tim Ward 29 Aug 2021 0 Comments

The mega rare White Tailed Lapwing, first seen on the 25th Aug, is still showing well and attracting big crowds of birdwatchers at RSPB Blackt...

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Flamborough Seawatch Festival 2021

Flamborough Seawatch Festival 2021

Tim Ward 09 Aug 2021 0 Comments

If you're a fan of gazing out to sea, looking for seabirds or hoping for a glimpse of a passing whale or dolphin species, Flamborough Bird Observatory are hosting their inaugural Seawatch Festival ov...

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Spurn Point (coming soon)

Spurn Point (coming soon)

Tim Ward 30 Nov -0001 0 Comments

There's no doubt about it, Spurn Point is right up there as being one of the very best places for birding in the whole of the UK. Established as a bird observatory in 1946, the 3.5 mile peninsular that pokes out into the Humber Estuary is a ma...

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Bird sightings, July 2021

Bird sightings, July 2021

Tim Ward 29 Jul 2021 0 Comments

The now long staying Black Browed Albatross at Bempton Cliffs continues to grab all the headlines as Yorkshire's star bird, and deservedly so, but there have been a smattering of other notables acros...

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Nostell Priory (05/07/21)

Nostell Priory (05/07/21)

Tim Ward 05 Jul 2021 0 Comments

Situated just outside Wakefield, Nostell Priory itself is a former Georgian manor house bequeathed to the National Trust in 1953. I was in West Yorkshire attending a training day so popped in on my way back home f...

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