As is only right in the circumstances, more intense field activity is being limited. A Willow Warbler on was on Wick, as were 15 Chiffchaff, while at least 8 Blackcap were across the site. A pair of Pintail were with the dwindling Wigeon numbers at Stanpit.
Sightings Reporting and Government Restrictions
– a Message from the Trustees
It is our intention to continue running daily updates on the website for sightings which are made within the exercise guidelines currently in place. We will, however, not publish news of any sighting that may attract a gathering; but, to hopefully raise the spirits of those who cannot get out, we will carry news of expected spring arrivals and trends of commoner species. The situation will be under constant review, however, and should things change we will react accordingly.
Please note, all our scheduled Meetings are now cancelled until at least the end of April. We will post further details later in that month.
A reminder these are now due for 2020. Please do join us and support our conservation work around Christchurch Harbour. Fees are just £7:00 for single or £10:00 for joint membership. The easiest way to join is online....
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