“A huge success all round”

Spurn Migration Festival (number one)

How many and what species were recorded over the 3 days?   Go >>>HERE<<<

migfest jumper and hummerThis Hummingbird Hawk-moth really did fly in to the welcome tent and land on one of our new polo shirts. An affirming end to a wonderful weekend.

WOW, and what a weekend! Judging by the messages on twitter and the feedback we received during the event we think it fair to say that Britain’s first Migration Festival (AKA Mig Fest) was a great success and it surely won’t be the last.

We’d like to thank all who attended. We hope you had a great time. We would also like to thank all the volunteers who made such a great event not only possible but run smoothly. We know you enjoyed being part of it but thanks very much for your time and effort.

Andrew and Sue Wells would like to thank everyone who attended for treating their home with respect, they have also really enjoyed the experience.

If you have any comments you would like to pass onimage001 then please contact any of the partners in the festival: Spurn Bird Observatory Trust, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, Birding Frontiers and Westmere Farm.

For a full list of all  species recorded during the weekend, including the more notable species for Spurn in bold, go >>>HERE<<<

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