Tour At A Glance

Cost:

750.00

Deposit:

100.00

Single Room Supplement:

75.00

Tour Code:

Intermediate, with up to 4 miles walking per day

Group Size:

Seven plus Leader

Greenish Warbler Red-breasted Flycatcher Yellow-browed Warbler Jack Snipe Barred Warbler

East Yorkshire - Autumn Migration

Date: 23rd - 28th September 2018 [FULL], 8th - 13th October 2018 [FULL]
Leaders: Ashley Saunders [September] or Jason Moss [October]

Introduction

 

Red-backed Shrike
 
The East coast of the UK is synonymous with the arrival of migrant birds from Scandinavia during the autumn migration period, and along with the Norfolk coast and the islands of Scotland, one other area stands out for its amazing track record of producing rare and scarce birds – the East Yorkshire coast between Flamborough Head in the North and Spurn Head in the south. Following our successful spring trips to this area, we are returning again in 2018 for this special September tour based at the wonderful Georgian Farmhouse at West Carlton near Aldbrough. Positioned midway between the two aforementioned hotspots, we are ideally placed to explore this fantastic stretch of coastline at a time when anything can arrive and large numbers of common migrants should be moving south.  As always the weather plays a big hand in producing optimum conditions for arrivals of migrant birds, but whatever happens during our stay we are sure to enjoy our time here and see some great birds. This tour will be led by Ashley Saunders and you can expect to see approximately 120 species.
 
 

 

 

 

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