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Good birding continues with late hen harrier and pinkies
15 hours ago
There's no doubt that birds have been moving en-mass recently with something different every day, making some excellent birding here on the Sands. Some birds are departing - take the black tailed godwits for example, the other evening I watched...
Creating and Farming wetlands - USA Style
1 day ago
If you want to watch a little video of you tube that has been an inspiration for my last year of work here on the Humber reserves - why not see how they are re-creating wetlands on farmland in America, its truly awesome as they would say and very thought...
Three's a crowd - but garganey put on nice spring show
2 days ago
Garganey are both a pretty little duck and also unusual in the UK as they are summer migrants that head down for Africa in the winter. They are also none too common, with each spring always seeing a variable number of them visit the reserve, this year...
Blackwits simply stunning
3 days ago
This spring the black tailed godwits just seem to have got better and better in front of Ousefleet hide so I thought they deserved a bit of a blog all of their own, especially as next year there may not be as many on the Humber as their most favoured...
A bird in the bush
4 days ago
And on the mud, in the reedbeds, on the lagoons in fact birds just about everywhere at the moment! Its certainly fast becoming one of the best Aprils I can remember with so much to see on site and seemingly something new in every day. And maybe its not...
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Bittern In Flight
Neil j lunn
Neil j lunn
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