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Here's what I've been up to...and recent sightings
Well here I am again back with my second post for the Bempton blog. I’ll fill you in on some recent sightings in just a minute but first I’ll give you an idea of some of the things I’ve been getting up to since starting as an intern here at Bempton. Membership recruitment is an incredibly...
27 Oct 2015
A little bit of Christmas Cheer
Today is a beautiful day up at Bempton. Unfortunately, the visitor centre is closed, as we have decided that the road is a little too dangerous to drive (or skid) down. You can still reach the reserve by foot however, and if you do, you won't be disappointed. The crisp, fresh, sparkling snow and...
21 Dec 2010
...and a partridge in a pear tree! (Only joking)
Just a quick update for you today (we're doing a stock take in the visitor centre and it's an all day job). A couple of our keen volunteers, Angela and Pat, have been scouring the reserve this morning for little birds and they've come back with a long list for our sightings board. The first...
30 Sep 2010
Nature is amazing - and sometimes a little gruesome - but lets keep it that way
It's been another interesting weekend here at Bempton Cliffs. As I was driving off the reserve on Friday evening I spotted a small group of 3 curlews flying inland over the field on my right. A little closer to home I saw a buzzard circling, and then making it’s way south, and this morning...
23 Aug 2010
A Redwing? You Cannot Be Serious!
We are serious actually... (Just a little topical reference in there for anyone who's a tennis fan). Over the past few weeks there have been several sightings of a redwing , a close relation of the song thrush , on our reserve. These were confirmed beyond question when our site manager, Ian Kendall...
28 Jun 2010
The Dell area on our reserve has been an excellent place to birdwatch over the last week or so. It has been relatively easy to spot species such as brambling , blackcap , goldcrest , siskin , redwing and wren , as well as the slightly more evasive bullfinch . The birds love the cover, protection from...
19 Oct 2010
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