Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder, 2019
Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder, 201905 Mar 2019
Spurn Bird Observatory Trust and the BTO are welcoming all young birders to take part in something special, the Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder event. This Spurn Migration Festival tradition is named after the late Martin Garner, a knowledgable, inspiring and encouraging birder who shared his expertise and passion for birds with so many, something this event aspires to do.
Anyone interested in taking part should submit an online questionnaire where they showcase their birding life and knowledge of birds. Six finalists are then chosen to attend the Spurn Migration Festival for a days birding with our expert judges in a welcoming, friendly environment. The day involves seawatching, experiencing visible migration, watching birds on the Humber and in the bushes and answering a couple of theory questions inside. Our laid-back but enthusastic judges are eager to share the magic of Spurn with you.
To take part, you must be 16 or under and able to attend Spurn Point, East Yorkshire on the 7th September 2019, accompanied by a responsible adult.
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