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The past two weeks have been memorable not only for very rare birds but for numbers of scarce and common migrants. Our YCN tours have certainly come up smelling of roses, most memorably on 19th September, when our Wolds and Coast tour crashed headlong into the best day at Spurn all year!
2014 has been an excellent year for migrant Honey Buzzards at Flamborough.Their habit of flying low on migration makes them tricky to see and even more difficult to ‘twitch’. So it was with relief that I saw one drift into distant view over Old Fall on the 15th.
From local Herring Gulls and Russian Great Black-backeds to Polish Caspians, gulls have been congregating on the outer Head in massive numbers! Thankfully one of the UK’s top gull enthusiasts, Martin Garner, has also recently migrated to the outer Head ...
Hedgehogs congregate in numbers only near rich feeding sites. Such gatherings are therefore characterised by much bickering and aggression.
After being one of the original sponsors of the inaugual Spurn Migration Festival last year, Yorkshire Coast Nature were once again proud to be supporting this fantastic event. Here's Mark's take on a memorable weekend of birds, barns, booze and bales.