Darragh Hudson: Helping The Next Generation

Late last year a young birder by the name of Darragh Hudson approached me and asked whether or not it was a good idea to set up some form of group chat on twitter for Young Birders. A network if you like for young birder to share their experiences and widen their knowledge; as no …

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A MEGA weekend with a MEGA bird

Flamborugh, one of the UK’s premier birding sites: In winter sea ducks are in abundance up to 7 species along with all 3 species of Diver being seen and in recent years even Surf Scoter spending the winter! In summer the coast is still alive with the 100 million year old Chalk Cliffs holding host …

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BTO Young Birders Camp 2016: Part 2

When it came to Sunday it was once again another 4:30am wakeup call as today we’d be heading down to the outstanding Landguard Bird Observatory which has hold host to rarities such Pied Wheatear and Short-toed Treecreeper! Despite yet another early get up with no less than 5hrs sleep, none of us hesitated climbing into the …

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