Average Birding

Posted at 20:34 on July 25, 2023 in: Site Guides
Farne Islands
An excellent (the best?) place to get near to Britain's cliff nesting birds.

Posted at 20:14 on July 25, 2023 in: Site Guides
Beadnell Bay
A beautiful beach walk eventually leads to one of the UK's last Little Tern colonies at the Long Nanny.

Posted at 13:21 on February 4, 2023 in: Blog
Spring in Spain
Right. Enough waiting for the UK to warm up. It's off to Spain for some festivals and some birds.

Posted at 20:22 on September 19, 2022 in: Blog
A Change Of Seasons
Winter is going. Rolled over holiday for AB1 is about to expire. It's probably too early for many spring birds, but let's try to find some anyway.

Posted at 19:41 on September 14, 2022 in: Blog
Winter in North Kent
A much-better organised birding ally of ours corrals a dozen of us into a midweek stay at Elmley Nature Reserve. We round the stay off by extending our visit to Kent into the next weekend. Birds are seen. Sandwiches are forgotten.

Posted at 20:18 on May 11, 2022 in: Blog
Mexico 2021
A good friend of AB2 is getting married in Mexico, and our presence has been requested. The stars align, and a way to attend without violating any COVID restrictions appears. A trip taking in Mexico City and some sites near the wedding (in San José del Cabo) is hastily arranged.

Posted at 18:31 on May 4, 2022 in: Blog
Migfest 2021 - Part Two
We made it to Spurn for Migfest 2021, and day one was spectacular. How will day two go? And will there be much of a day three?

Posted at 14:43 on September 25, 2021 in: Blog
Migfest 2021 - Part One
It's September, the nights are drawing in, and many birds are sensibly starting to get the hell out of the UK. Or, in some cases, return to it. It's time for us to go to Migfest.

Posted at 17:45 on September 19, 2021 in: Blog
Two Essex Islands
We're off to Essex, the sun's out, and for once, high tide's at a useful hour. Let's go and look at an island or two.

Posted at 17:40 on September 19, 2021 in: Blog
Frampton Marsh
A late August Bank Holiday weekend brings an opportunity to explore a reserve we've not visited before on the East coast.

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